Amedy Coulibaly

Four to face judge on suspicion of aiding Paris terror attacks

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The group are suspected of providing logistical help to Amedy Coulibaly, the gunman who killed four Jewish hostages on January 9th.

French provocateur Dieudonné arrested over Facebook post for gunman

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Dieudonné, previously convicted for inciting anti-Semitism, posted support for gunman who last week murdered four in a Paris kosher store.

Jihadi video of Jewish supermarket gunman emerges from beyond the grave

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Amedy Coulibaly claims allegiance in it to Islamic State and says he helped fund Kouachi brothers' attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

Muslim employee praised for hiding customers from Paris supermarket gunman

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Lassana Bathily ushered about 15 people into basement room and turned off power and lights after the gunman burst into kosher supermarket.

Charlie Hebdo killings: did intelligence services overlook threat from terror network?

France — Investigation

The murder of a policewoman and the bloody siege at a Jewish supermarket carried out by a known associate of the two suspects in the Charlie Hebdo massacre indicates that an organised group was behind last week's terror attacks. Mediapart has had access to documents from an anti-terrorist investigation in 2010  showing that two of last week's gunmen were involved back then with a radicalised French network that was considering future “martyr operations”. These were supermarket hostage taker Amedy Coulibaly and Charlie Hebdo massacre suspect Chérif Kouachi. As Fabrice Arfi and Karl Laske report, the revelations will inevitably raise questions about whether more could have been done by the intelligence services to prevent last week's bloody events.

Fourth Paris terror suspect 'on the run' in Syria

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Hayat Bourmeddience, the 26-year-old partner of kosher supermarket killer Amedy Coulibaly, may have flown to Turkey on January 2nd.

France sieges: hostages hid in refrigerators and under sink

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Stories emerge of how hidden man at besieged printing works fed information to police by text, while a father hid his son in supermarket fridge.