Paris kosher store worker recounts terrorist siege and murders

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At the trial in Paris of 14 people accused of aiding the January 2015 terrorist attacks in the capital, Zarie Sibony, 28, gave a harrowing account of the four-hour siege at the kosher store where she worked as a cashier, when Amédy Coulibaly murdered four hostages and, she recalled, told his captives 'You are Jews and French, the two things I hate the most'.

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A supermarket cashier described how she spent a terrifying four hours waiting to be killed after a terrorist shot a colleague and three customers and took 17 people hostage, reports The Guardian.