Charlie Hebdo HR head forced into hiding amid threats


Marika Bret said police bodyguards gave her ten minutes to leave her home and move into hiding because of the seriousness of threats to her, which came as the trial opened earlier this month of alleged accomplices of the January 2015 terrorist massacres at the Charlie Hebdo offices and a Jewish food store.

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The head of the Human Resources department at Charlie Hebdo magazine has been forced to leave her home and live in hiding because of "precise and detailed threats" to her security guards, reports BBC News.