Thousands gather in Marseille to commemorate Charlie Hebdo victims
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Thousands gathered in Marseille on Wednesday evening to express their condolences for the victims of the Charlie Hebdo terror attack. The demonstrators formed the words 'Charlie Hebdo' with candles and carried banners with messages such as 'I am Charlie Hebdo', 'Neither terrorism nor racism' and 'Press freedom: our liberty', among others. At least 12 people, including two police officers, were killed and several more critically injured when armed gunmen opened fire at Charlie Hebdo magazine's HQ in central Paris. According to preliminary reports, two men dressed in black hoods entered the building and fired off a number of rounds from Kalashnikov assault rifles. They fled in a stolen car following a shoot-out with police. A manhunt is currently underway.