A lethal shooting inside a controversial French publication.
FOX News Radio's Simon Owen reports from London.
12 people were shot and killed -- at the Paris offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.
They include the newspaper's editor and at least one cartoonist. This publication has been threatened before -- after publishing cartoons that mock Islam, and the attackers apparently shouted Islamist slogans.
With the gunmen on the loose, France has raised its terror threat level -- stepping up security in public places, and allies have condemned the killings.
(Cameron) "This country stands united with the French people in our opposition to all forms of terrorism."
British Prime Minister David Cameron.
In London, Simon Owen, FOX News Radio.
Gunmen opened fire at the offices of Charlie Hebdo, a satirical newspaper, in Paris, France. At least 12 were killed in the massacre as words of condolence and solidarity pour in from around the world.
President Obama reacts to the shooting rampage in Paris, France.
Secretary of State John Kerry telling the people of France the U.S. stands with them as the world continues to stand up against extremism.
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