The Heat discusses aftermath of Charlie Hebdo terror attack

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France was shocked last week when Islamic extremist gunmen opened fire inside the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris. Twelve people were killed in the attack, and five more were killed as French police chased suspects in the following days. Just one week later, a defiant Charlie Hebdo is back in business, and the cover of its latest publication is again controversial. CCTV’s correspondent Sandra Gathmann reported this story from Paris.

The Heat discusses aftermath of Charlie Hebdo terror attack

France was shocked last week when Islamic extremist gunmen opened fire inside the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris. Twelve people were killed in the attack, and five more were killed as French police chased suspects in the following days. Just one week later, a defiant Charlie Hebdo is back in business, and the cover of its latest publication is again controversial. CCTV’s correspondent Sandra Gathmann reported this story from Paris.

The Heat’s Anand Naidoo interviewed author and columnist Caroline Fourest, a former writer for Charlie Hebdo about her perspective on the attack and the new issue. Fourest knew some of the victims.

Author and former Charlie Hebdo writer Caroline Fourest discusses magazine

The Heat’s Anand Naidoo interviewed author and columnist Caroline Fourest, a former writer for Charlie Hebdo about her perspective on the attack and the new issue. Fourest knew some of the victims.

CCTV America’s Anand Naidoo also interviewed Helene Conway-Mouret, a senator representing French citizens living abroad, about latest developments in France one week after the terror attack.

French senator Helene Conway-Mouret discusses aftermath of terror attack

CCTV America’s Anand Naidoo also interviewed Helene Conway-Mouret, a senator representing French citizens living abroad, about latest developments in France one week after the terror attack.

Anand Naidoo also interviewed Sahar Aziz, a national security and civil rights law professor at Texas A&M University about how France and the Muslim world is coping with the terror attack.

Sahar Aziz of Texas A&M discusses how Muslims are coping after attack

Anand Naidoo also interviewed Sahar Aziz, a national security and civil rights law professor at Texas A&M University about how France and the Muslim world is coping with the terror attack.