New amateur video has emerged showing the Charlie Hebdo gunmen, Said and Cherif Kouachi, shooting at police after the attack.
The brothers can be seen next to a black car on a street near the magazine's offices.
One of the men shouts: "We have avenged the Prophet Mohammed," and "al Qaeda Yemen"; before they both reload their automatic weapons and start to drive the car down the narrow street.
But their path is blocked by a police car which arrived with blue lights flashing. Both men then get out of their car to fire at the police vehicle, which rapidly reverses away from the scene before halting about 200 metres away.
After seeming to hesitate, the black car bears down on the police with one of the men appearing to hang out of the passenger's window firing at the police.
The police car remains motionless as the attackers' car draws alongside before turning left and vanishing from sight.
It is thought the police car was struck by several bullets but the officers inside were unhurt.
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