Twelve people have been killed and 10 others injured in an apparent terror attack at the Paris offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, French police said on Wednesday.
The shooting is one of the worst terrorist that Paris has seen in decades. 702's French Correspondent, Elaine Cobbe reports that the incident has sent shock waves through the city because the two or three armed men involved in the incident made a getaway and have still not been found by the police.
French President, François Hollande has met with his cabinet to discuss the next move after he declared the incident a terrorist attack.
Listen to Elaine Cobbe's earlier update here:
The magazine had already been assigned a police presence from previous incidents where the magazine's newsroom was firebombed following caricatures of the prophet Mohammed published in the magazine.
EWN reports that the Editor of Charlie Hebdo, and 4 well known cartoonists are among the dead.