Seventeen people, among them journalists, police and pre-Sabbath shoppers, were killed in three days of violence that rocked Paris last week
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The terror began with a shooting attack on the Charlie Hebdo weekly, known for its cartoons that mocked Islam and other religions, and culminated with the deadly seizure of a kosher supermarket.
Ultimately, all three gunmen involved in the violence were killed by police.