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Is this Paris gunmen's last stand? Fugitive Charlie Hebdo killers 'abandon car and hide out in woods' as special forces and police helicopters close in after dramatic chase through France.
Dragnet closing on brothersCherif and Said Kouachi as manhunt by terror police zeroes in on area of north France
They are believed to have fled on foot, still armed, into 32,000-acre forest - bigger than Paris - 80km from the capitalDozens of armed police swarm into nearby villages to conduct house-to-house searches and set up road blocks
Shocked diners evacuated from restaurant while they were eating lunchover immediate fears for their safety
Men fitting suspects' description robbed garage while driving 'Renault Clio withKalashnikovsand rocket launchers'
Questions will be asked why Frenchmen with links to terror were apparently given free reign to carry out atrocity
Seven connected to two main suspects arrested in towns of Reims, Charleville-Mezieres and the Paris area
Third terror alert in Paris as another gunman is on loose - hours after PC shot dead by 'North African wielding rifle'
Swarms of anti-terror police with automatic weapons, body armor and shields patrol the tiny village of Longpont in northern France as they close in on two prime suspects in the terror attack on the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.
Two men, believed to be brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi, have been tracked down to Longpont area after reportedly robbing a petrol station.
Terrified residents of the tiny village of Longpont speak to riot officers as they comb the area for the Charlie Hebdo massacre suspects.
A member of the French National Police Intervention Group is near Villers-Cotterets where the suspects are believed to have fled on foot.
The three men were named as Cherif Kouachi (left), 32, his brother Said Kouachi (right), 34, and Hamyd Mourad, 18, who surrendered to police.
Police are asking cars to stop before passing through and checking the trunks of all passing vehicles.
Searches were also taking place in a number of other villages in the north of France, with a road block in place in Corcy (above).
Two men fitting the description of the brothers were spotted after reportedly trying to rob this petrol stationnear Villers-Cottert, close to Reims.
An attendant said the men drove off in a white Renault Clio with number plates covered up in the direction of Paris with 'exposed Kalashnikovs and rocket launchers' inside the vehicle.
Police investigating the massacre at the Charlie Hebdo newspaper offices arrest a suspect (second right) in the French city of Reims.
Seven people have been arrested over the Charlie Hebdo massacre as two brothers with links to terrorist groups went on the run. Here, one of the suspects (left) is taken into custody by terror police.
Police are seen during an operation in the Croix-Rouge suburb of Reims, northern France, early this morning following the attacks.
The National Gendarmerie Intervention Group and anti-terrorist police raid an apartment in the Croix Rouge quarter in Reims.
Dozens of anti-terror officers surround an apartment in Reims, where suspects have been arrested in connection with the Charlie Hebdo attack.
Either the suspects will be able to escape, or 'there will be a showdown', said a member of the unit, urging reporters at the scene to be 'vigilant'.
Second attack: Police and firefighters gather at the site of a shooting in Montrouge, south of Paris.
Rescue service workers evacuate an injured person on a stretcher after the shooting in Montrouge,where a man wearing a bullet-proof vest fired on police officers with an automatic rifle, seriously injuring one of them.
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve (center) arrives at the site of a shooting in Montrouge, south of Paris, where two police officers were shot with an automatic weapon by a man wearing a bullet-proof vest.
A car believed to belong to one of the suspects in the Montrouge shooting is towed away in Arcueil, near Paris.
Troops patrol around the Eiffel Tower as France raises its terror threat to its highest level after the Charlie Hebdo atrocity.
Military personnel patrol the Gare de L'Est railway station France's Vigipirate terrorist security plan was placed at it's maximum level.
Investigator inspect the scene after an attack at a kebab shop near the el Houda mosque in Villefrance-Sur-Saone near Lyon.
Members of the European Parliament and citizens gather during a minute's silence for victims of the Charlie Hebdo shooting.
Members of the French community gather in Melbourne, Australia in a show of solidarity to the victims of the Charlie Hebdo massacre.
Journalists and supporters of press freedom hold signs reading 'Je Suis Charlie (I Am Charlie)' in Hong Kong in tribute to the victims.
Faces of the victims: Deputy Editor Bernard Maris and cartoonists Georges Wolinski, Jean Cabut, aka Cabu, Charb, Tignous and Honore (Philippe Honore).
Faces of the victims: Elsa Cyat was the only woman to die in the massacre, while policeman Ahmed Merabet was shot dead in the streets.