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Nearly four million people marched in Paris on Sunday in response to the terror attacks in Paris last week. CNBC's Hadley Gamble talks to Gilles De Kerchove, EU counter-terror chief, about current strategies for terror attack threats.
Discussing the hostage situations in France, CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports that it has been confirmed that the Kouachi brothers responsible for the Charlie Hebdo shootings and the gunman involved in the kosher supermarket siege have been killed.
Discussing the ongoing "Charlie Hebdo" situation, CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports what we know about the two gunmen and the security efforts that are currently underway at the hostage situation.
Discussing the ongoing "Charlie Hebdo" situation, CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports that French police have asked the media to not film live. She discusses the conflicting reports that are emerging.
Discussing the ongoing "Charlie Hebdo" situation, CNBC's Stephane Pedrazzi reports that at least one person has been taken hostage and that shots have been fired in the area of Dammartin-en-Goele.
As the investigation into the "Charlie Hebdo" magazine shootings continues, CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports about the latest whereabouts of the two main suspects.
As the investigation into the "Charlie Hebdo" magazine shootings continues, CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports about what we currently know about the two main suspects.
Discussing the recent attacks on the magazine "Charlie Hebdo" offices, Crispin Hawes, managing director at Teneo Intelligence, says that while Western countries may see these cartoons as "legitimate self-expression," this wouldn¿t be accepted elsewhere.
Discussing the recent attacks on the magazine "Charlie Hebdo" offices, Crispin Hawes, managing director at Teneo Intelligence, says that when events like these happen, some individuals may sympathise and find that copycat attacks do become "attractive."
As the "Charlie Hebdo" shooting investigation continues, Torbjorn Soltvedt, principal analyst at Verisk Maplecroft, talks about the possible regimes involved and the rationale behind the attack.
The female police officer who was shot in Montrougue has died. CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports the latest.
Events like the recent shootings in Paris are difficult to forecast. Therefore, countries in Europe and the U.S. must continue to place emphasis on security, says Tony Fratto, managing director at Hamilton Place Strategies.
People from the Muslim community have condemned Wednesday's acts of terror in France, and we must avoid an "anti-Muslim witchhunt," says Alan Mendoza, executive director at The Henry Jackson Society.
As the "Charlie Hebdo" magazine shooting investigation continues, Alan Mendoza, executive director at The Henry Jackson Society. says that security services cannot ensure that every terror attack will be prevented, and that attacks like this are expected to happen in the future.
France has the highest Muslim population proportionately of any European country. Margaret Gilmore, senior associate fellow at RUSI, discusses how this has "raised tensions" and how Wednesday's "barbaric attack" is not a representation of religious beliefs
Margaret Gilmore, senior associate fellow at RUSI, discusses the potential strategy behind the terrorists behind the shootings in Paris on Wednesday.
It has been confirmed that 12 people died after gunmen opened fire on the Parisian office of magazine "Charlie Hebdo". CNBC's Stephane Pedrazzi reports the latest.
Iran's president may sincerely want to liberalize his country's economy, but that's unlikely to happen—for now, anyway.
Iran's government actually benefits from sanctions as they provide an excuse for the country's economic difficulties, an ex-presidential adviser said.
With political uncertainty around the world, will investors stick to domestic markets? Michael W. Gurka, founder and president of BruinHill Partners, weighs in.