9 January 2015
Last updated at 16:39
French police have stormed two hostage sites in Paris and north of the city.
Gunshots and explosions have been heard at a printworks warehouse in Dammartin-en-Goele, where two suspects in the Charlie Hebdo shootings were holding at least one hostage.
Police say the suspects, brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi, have been killed.
Explosions and gunfire could also be heard at a second hostage site in eastern Paris, at Porte de Vincennes.
A gunman there was holding several hostages at a kosher supermarket. Reports suggest he is linked to the Charlie Hebdo suspects.
After the operation started, several hostages could be seen leaving the supermarket.
The hostage at the printworks warehouse has also been freed, while a police officer at the scene was injured, AFP news agency said.