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French magazine Charlie Hebdo goes on sale in the UK

Hundreds of people queued from the early hours outside UK shops selling the latest edition of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

It comes as around 10 people have been arrested and questioned over the "possible logistical support" they may have provided three gunmen who carried out last week's attacks in Paris, Agence France-Presse reports.

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Kerry calls Paris massacre 'France's 9/11'

US Secretary of State John Kerry has called the terror attacks in Paris "France's 9/11".

Seventeen people were killed in three days of bloodshed in the French capital last week, including police officers and staff at satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

John Kerry laid a wreath outside the kosher supermarket in Paris Credit: Reuters

Mr Kerry made the comments as he visited the kosher supermarket in Paris where four hostages were killed in an armed siege one week ago today.

He laid a wreath outside the deli in tribute to those shot dead by gunman Amedy Coulibaly, one of three men responsible for the string of attacks.

Kerry examines tributes left at the scene Credit: Reuters

Speaking to French president Francois Hollande, Mr Kerry said:

I think you know that you have the full and heartfelt condolences of the American people and I know you know that we share the pain and the horror of everything that you went through.

Together we need to find the right responses and this is the purpose of our meeting here today, beyond the friendship.

– John Kerry, US Secretary of State

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