CHERIF KOUACHI, ONE one of the two brothers who killed 12 people in the attack on Charlie Hebdo, was buried amid tight security outside of Paris late last night. Kouachi was buried just before
Cherif Kouachi, the second gunman who attacked French magazine Charlie Hebdo, is buried amid tight security in an unmarked grave in a Paris suburb.
Jan 17, 2015 · Saturday, January 17, 2015. Paris attacks: Gunman Said Kouachi given unmarked grave
THE second gunman in the Charlie Hebdomagazine attack has been given a secretive burial in an unmarked grave, as violent rallies in support of the Paris attacks erupt around the world.
Chérif Kouachi, 32, was interred without ceremony shortly before midnight on Saturday in the Paris suburb of Gennevilliers. Saïd Kouachi, 34, was buried in Reims on Friday, also after dark.
Charlie Hebdo killers Said and Cherif Kouachi buried in secret The jihadist brothers who murdered 12 people at the Paris office of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo have been buried in unmarked graves.
Cherif Kouachi, one of two brothers who killed 12 people in the attack on the satirical weekly March 7th, was buried just before midnight Saturday in a cemetery in Gennevilliers, a day after his
Cherif Kouachi was buried in an unmarked grave in Gennevilliers, a suburb in north-west Paris, on Saturday night, a day after his older brother, Said, was buried in the northeastern city of Reims.
Kouachi’s brother Said was buried Friday night in Reims, also in an unmarked grave. The two brothers led police on a three-day manhunt before being cornered at a …
Sources say Amedy Coulibaly was buried in the Thiais cemetery in Paris; Kouachi brothers were buried in Paris suburbs at night in Both were interred at night in unmarked graves, as
Cherif Kouachi, one of the two brothers who killed 12 people in an attack on France’s Charlie Hebdo magazine, has been buried in an unmarked grave near Paris under tight security.
The Kouachi brothers — who were of Algerian heritage — were killed in a shootout two days after their attack and buried in unmarked graves in secret locations in their hometowns of Rheims and
Coulibaly’s fellow Islamist gunmen, Said and Chérif Kouachi, were similarly given night burials in unmarked graves respectively in Reims and in the Paris suburb of Gennevilliers earlier this month.
Chérif Kouachi, one of two brothers who killed 12 people in the attack, was laid to rest late last night in an unmarked grave in a cemetery in the Paris suburb of Genevilliers, where he lived.