On the first anniversary of the bloody assault on the satirical magazine's offices, here is a review of how the events unfolded that day and over the following days, as shootings persisted and authorities moved quickly to respond.
And the same group taking responsibility for the Charlie Hebdo killings called on sympathizers to launch "lone-wolf" attacks on Canada.
What's imperative is to demonstrate that those who believe it was an act of "true" Islam are wrong.
Three days after the attacks that killed 17 people in Paris, details have emerged about the lives the perpetrators led and their connections to each other.
Half of the troops will be deployed at 717 Jewish schools, as video emerges of French police operations against the gunmen on Friday, and the hunt for an accomplice continues.
Millions of Parisians took to the streets yesterday to show that the "Charlie Hebdo" massacre won't divide them.
A clip published Sunday purportedly features Amedy Coulibaly, the gunman who killed four hostages Friday at a kosher supermarket in Paris before police gunned him down.
More than a million people — including more than 40 world leaders — gathered Sunday in Paris for a unity march after three days of terror attacks that left 17 dead.
LIVE UPDATES: 'Charlie Hebdo' Suspects and Gunman in Paris Kosher Store Killed in Simultaneous Raids
At least four hostages were killed in a kosher shop in the French capital before security forces carried out twin assaults on the site and on a printworks 22 miles from Paris where the magazine attackers were holed up. Follow latest developments here.
French media has identified Chérif Kouachi in the decade-old program about jihadism. Kouachi and his brother are still at large after allegedly carrying out the attack.
Armored vehicles and elite police units have descended on rural villages to the north-east of the French capital, amid an ongoing manhunt involving 88,000 security personnel nationwide.