At least four people have been stabbed close to the former headquarters of Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris.
Two of the victims are in 'an extremely bad way', said an investigating source, following the attacks on Friday afternoon.
He added: 'Two attackers were seen running away, and they are being searched for. A suspect device was also spotted.'
At least four people have been stabbed close to the former headquarters of Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris
It comes as a trial takes place in the French capital concerned with the January 2015 attacks that shocked the world.
They saw three gunmen linked to Al-Qaeda and Islamic State travel around the Paris slaughtering 15 civilians and two serving police officers at will.
Their primary targets were staff at Charlie Hebdo, the satirical magazine which had published a series of cartoons mocking the Prophet Mohammed.
The principal terrorists – who were all known to the French security services – were all gunned down by police themselves, but 14 defendants in the current trial facing life in prison for 'complicity in terrorism'.
More to follow.