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07 January 2015

This is a recap of deadly attacks in Europe since 1995, after 12 people were killed when gunmen opened fire Wednesday in the offices of the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo in Paris. ...

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07 January 2015

The Danish newspaper that caused a global stir with a series of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed stepped up security on Wednesday after a deadly attack on a French satirical weekly, a report said. ...

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07 January 2015

World leaders and media rights groups condemned the "barbaric" shooting at a Paris weekly Wednesday which left 12 dead, dubbing it an act of terror and an attack on free speech. ...

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07 January 2015

Russian President Vladimir Putin sent his condolences to the victims of Wednesday's deadly attack on the offices ofa French satirical newspaper and condemned "terrorism" in all its forms, his spokesman said Wednesday. ...

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07 January 2015

German Chancellor Angela Merkel condemned the "despicable" attack on a French satirical weekly that left at least 12 people dead Wednesday, in a condolence letter to President Francois Hollande. ...

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07 January 2015

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday sent his condolences to the victims of the Paris newspaper attack and condemned "terrorism" in all its forms, his spokesman said Wednesday. ...

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07 January 2015

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday condemned the "despicable" attack on a French satirical weekly that left at least 12 people dead in a condolence letter to President Francois Hollande. ...

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07 January 2015

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker condemned an attack on a French satirical magazine in Paris on Wednesday in which 12 people died, calling it an an act of "barbarism". ...

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07 January 2015

A Bangladesh court Wednesday banned local media from reporting speeches by the son of the besieged opposition leader, after authorities sought to muzzle dissent amid a wave of deadly anti-government protests. ...

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06 January 2015

Less than a week after an abortive coup attempt, Gambian president Yahya Jammeh handed the foreign and communications portfolios to journalists in a government reshuffle, officials said Tuesday. ...

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