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Unconfirmed reports stated that three men have been arrested by French police in relation to the terrorist attack and the massacre of 12 people, including 4 cartoonists of the Charlie Hebdo Magazine in Paris.
CNN and The Guardian are citing sources as saying the three suspects, three Algerian brothers aged between 18 and 34, were seized after hours of manhunt.
Their ID was leaked to social media, after one reportedly left it in their getaway car, a Citroen C3, which they were forced to abandon after a crash.
The latest tweet on Charlie Hebdo’s account was a cartoon of the so-called “Islamic State” militant group leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and it is believed it is a rael reson for this attack.