Cherif Kouachi

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Nasser bin Ali al-Ansi, a leader of the Yemeni branch of al Qaeda (Aqap), speaks via a video posted on YouTube. Photograph: Reuters/YouTube via Reuters TV

For Osama bin Laden and Anwar al-Awlaki, al-Qaeda leaders assassinated by the US at a five-month interval in 2011, Wednesday’s claim of responsibilit(...)

Kingsmill Massacre – Alan Black, the sole survivor of the massacre, in 2000 laying a floral tribute at the Bessbrook Town Hall memorial to those killed – “Atrocities like these can never be expunged from a conscience or explained away.”  –  Picture by Stephen Wilson/Pacemaker

Nuance. It was going to be my watchword for 2015. The one by which every utterance would be measured. Life is too short to muster up the pretence o(...)

Political leaders walking in solidarity after the attacks in  Paris. Photograph: EPA

How are we to understand last week’s events in Paris? Why are people prepared to kill and die for their beliefs? How should liberal democracies respon(...)

Armed security patrol outside a Jewish school in the Marais district, Paris, as children make their way home. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

As France projected defiance and national solidarity after its worst terrorist attacks in decades, about 15,000 security personnel were deployed acros(...)

Hostages (including a baby) hide inside one of the food freezer during the Hyper Cacher supermarket in the Porte de Vincennes area of Paris

The unity march that brought an estimated 3.7 million people on to the streets of France transformed one of the most traumatic and horrific sequences (...)

Suspect Hayat Boumeddiene: a signal from her phone on January 8th was traced to Akcakale, Turkey.  Photograph:  Direction Centrale de la Police Judiciaire via Getty Images

Hayat Boumeddiene (26), the most wanted remaining suspect in connection with the Charlie Hebdo killings, may have fled to Syria in the days before he(...)

Cherif Kouachi (right), one of the men suspected of the attack on French magazine Charlie Hebdo, spoke to a journalist who telephoned the warehouse where he and his brother were in a standoff with police. Photograph: Direction centrale de la Police judiciaire/Getty Images.

Cherif Kouachi, one of the men suspected of the attack on French magazine Charlie Hebdo, spoke to a journalist who telephoned the warehouse where he(...)

Paying their respects: Parisians outside the Charlie Hebdo offices the day after the attack. Photograph: Marc Piasecki/Getty

Each time crusaders triumphed over Muslims in the Middle Ages, bells pealed from the spires of Christendom. The bells of Notre Dame Cathedral tolle(...)

 Said Kouachi (34, left) and Chérif Kouachi (32), who were killed in a police shootout in Dammartin-en-Goële yesterday. The brothers had been on the US no-fly list. Photograph:  Getty Images

The two brothers who were killed after a siege at a print works north of Paris yesterday had been tracked as potential jihadists, US counterterrorism(...)

Undated handout photos of Said Kouachi and Cherif Kouachi, the two prime suspects in the Paris terror attack as a third man handed himself in.

When French police searched the black Citroen car crashed and abandoned by the two men suspected of having carried out the killings at Charlie Hebdo m(...)

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