There are multiple reports from Paris of a mass shooting inside the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo:

This is a developing story and we do not as of yet have any information on the shooters or motive.

Charlie Hebdo has been in the news before. In 2011, their offices in Paris were firebombed after the published a “spoof issue” where the title of the magazine had been changed to “Charia Hebdo,” and “guest edited” by the Prophet Muhammad.

And in September 2012, the magazine published a series of cartoons featuring  Mohammed just days after the Benghazi terrorist attack in Libya leading the French government to increase security at its embassies around the world.


And more on the 2011 incident:

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Editor’s note: This post has been updated with additional tweets.

Editor’s note: “Hebdo” was initially misspelled in the title and text of this post. We have corrected the mistakes and apologize for the error.