Jan 07, 2015
By Michael Kramer
French police have reportedly launched a raid in the city of Reims northeast of Paris.
They are said to be searching for the suspects in this morning’s Paris attack – some of whom are said to live in Reims.
Earlier, authorities said they had identified the three men they feel are responsible for the shooting murders of 12 at a Parisian satirical newspaper.
They are said to be brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi – Frenchmen in their early 30’s – and 18 year old Hamyd Mourad, whose nationality is not known.
One police official says they were linked to a terrorist network in Yemen.
Earlier, president Francois Hollande spoke on national TV and announced a national day of mourning tomorrow to show respect to the victims.