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The Shifting Conditions Confronting The French Hostage Negotiator

Steve Inskeep speaks with Robert McFadden, a senior vice president of the Soufan Group and a 30-year veteran of U.S. law enforcement, for details on the security situation in and around Paris.
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Reports: Suspects In Paris Magazine Attack Killed; Market Gunman Also Dead

After a dramatic double hostage standoff with police that lasted hours, the two main suspects in the attack on a satirical magazine in Paris are dead, multiple media outlets are reporting.
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Syrian Refugees Suffer Double Threat Of Severe Winter, Less Aid

As the Syrian war nears its fifth year and a bitter storm hits, refugees say this is the worst winter yet. To make matters worse, cash constraints mean they're getting less help from aid groups.
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12 Victims Died In Shooting; We Learn More About Them

They were killed in Paris on Wednesday in France's deadliest terror attack in a generation. We're going to tell you about a few of them, including two police officers, gunned down in the line of duty.
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In Paris And To Its North, 2 Standoffs Develop

French police have closed off a town north of Paris where two suspects in the Charlie Hebdo killings are thought to be hiding. Meanwhile, a second standoff is underway at a kosher market inside Paris.
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Manhunt In France Centers On Industrial Town

Heavily armed brothers suspected in the storming of a satirical weekly were cornered inside a printing house near Charles de Gaulle airport and appear to have taken a hostage, officials tell AP.
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Muslim Community In France Mourns Mass Shooting Victims

Madjid Messaoudene is a city council member from Saint Denis, a primarily Muslim suburb of Paris. He talks with Renee Montagne about his relationship with two Charlie Hebdo staffers.
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Haiti's Political Crisis Expected To Come To A Head Next Week

If a political compromise is not reached before Monday, which also happens to be the 5th anniversary of a devastating earthquake, parliament will be dissolved and the president will rule by decree.
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Not All Publications Reprint Material From 'Charlie Hebdo'

The attack on the satiric magazine has confronted news organizations with a dilemma: whether to republish or broadcast images of the offending cartoons that appear to have inspired the shootings.
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Operation In Motion To Seize French Shooting Suspects

French authorities have narrowed in on the central suspects in Wednesday's mass shooting at a satirical magazine in Paris. More than 80,000 police officers and soldiers mobilized to look for them.

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