French prosecutor denies one person killed in hostage situation

By REUTERS
January 9, 2015 11:22

 
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The Paris prosecutor denied a radio report on Friday that at least one person had been killed in a shootout preceding a hostage-taking in an industrial zone of the town of Dammartin-en-Goele.

Police have cordoned off the northern town where the two suspects in the Charlie Hebdo killings have been identified following a massive manhunt in the woodland area nearby.

Earlier, RTL radio said at least one person had died and several were injured in a shootout. The Interior Ministry could not immediately confirm whether there were victims.

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