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France remembers victims of Charlie Hebdo attacks

A ceremony has taken place in central Paris to remember those killed in the Charlie Hebdo attacks a year ago.

President Hollande laid a wreath in the Place de la Republique, where a commemorative oak tree was unveiled, and a minute's silence was observed.

In the attacks, jihadist gunmen killed 12 people at the satirical Charlie Hebdo magazine, four hostages at a Jewish supermarket and a policewoman.

  • 10 Jan 2016
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