WASHINGTON, DC — At least 12 people have been killed after gunmen opened fire in the headquarters of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in central Paris.
Spanish media group Prisa has said that the suspicious package received earlier does not contain anything dangerous, Reuters reports.
A car has caught fire outside of a synagogue in Sarcelles, a town some 10 kilometers north of Paris. Authorities are saying that the fire is not linked to the attack on the Charlie Hebdo headquarters.
“It was an accident. It was not an attack,” Francois Pupponi, the mayor of the town, told metronews. “There was a man behind the wheel, when the car caught fire.”
Source : RT