France tomorrow will remember the first anniversary of the bloody attack on the drafting of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo , which killed 12 people, with a special issue reviewing in detail the events of that day, and a special tribute to the president, Francois Hollande, in the Prefecture of Paris.
the special issue of the magazine came out to the streets and promises to run out tomorrow on newsstands in the French capital, while Hollande chose to return to the same building where almost a year ago paid tribute to the three policemen who fell in subsequent persecutions attack against Charlie Hebdo.
on January 7, 2015 the Said and Cherif Kouachi brothers, 34 and 32, broke heavily armed in one of the offices of Charlie Hebdo and murdered 12 people, including four of the most famous cartoonists in France. Stéphane Charbonnier (Charb), Cabu, Tignous and Wolinski
After a leak that kept the country on tenterhooks, the Kouachi brothers were killed by police two days later in a print shop northeast of Paris where they had barricaded themselves.
that same day, also was shot dead by police an accomplice of the two brothers, Amedy Coulibaly, who the day before had killed one agent that security force and then took hostages in a Jewish supermarket in the capital to a dozen people, four of whom died.
the attack on Charlie Hebdo was claimed by Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), the Yemen branch of the radical Islamist organization, while Coulibaly said in a video released after his death have acted on behalf of the Islamic State militia.
the official commemorations with Hollande to the head and began in France, but tomorrow will be the turn of the Prefecture of Paris and Saturday next to the Jewish supermarket attacked in the days after the attack on the magazine days.
the council representing Jewish institutions in France organized a special act opposite the Porte de Vincennes in the east of Paris, close to the supermarket which was the scene of the hostage taking.
the events will end until next Sunday with a popular tribute to the victims of the attacks last January and the wave of attacks of 13 last November when a group of French and radicalized Belgians killed 130 people on the outskirts of a football stadium, in restaurants and bars and within a theater, where it was made a rock concert.
the commemorative cover Charlie Habdo
the magazine, meanwhile, remember the first anniversary with a special issue that bears on its cover the title "a year later, the murderer is ticking" and accompanies the caricature of a god who flees with bloodied hands and a Kalashnikov on his back.
in publishing this special issue, the director of the magazine, Laurent Sourisseau, known by his nickname Riss and for being one of the survivors of the attack last January, he noted that since the comeback in 1992, "death has always been part of the newspaper "
Previously, always threatened by economic reasons.; in January, by a group of Islamist attackers, he said.
One year after the attack on Charlie Hebdo, there are still unknowns about the arsenal that had the murderers and their surveillance in the months before the attack.
the Kouachi brothers, filed by the police and that his radicalization was known, were objects of listeners for months, but then, for a reason that is still unclear, police and intelligence services stopped doing so.
Meanwhile, Amedy Coulibaly was considered by police as a common criminal, although Justice had linked to several cases of radical Islamism
. Source: Telam