Several People Were Injured At The Former Charlie Hebdo Building In Paris
In the area of Boulevard Richard Lenoir in the 11th arrondissement of Paris, an unknown person with a cold weapon attacked people outside the building where the editorial office of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo used to be located. Four people were injured, two of them are in serious condition, according to BFMTV.
The police of Paris has announced a plan interception for the investigation of the suspect. Later, according to the TV channel, he was detained.
Information about the attack was confirmed by French Prime Minister Jean Castex. "A knife attack was carried out near the former premises of the weekly Charlie Hebdo. I immediately went to Beauvoir square to take stock of the situation with the interior Minister," Kastex wrote on Twitter.