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法国警方打死三名枪手 结束人质危机

时间:2015-01-10 09:35:25  作者:VOA双语阅读  来源:美国之音  查看:171  评论:0
内容摘要:法国当局说,警方在巴黎北部的一次突击行动中击毙了本周袭击《查理周刊》的两名嫌疑人,嫌疑人所劫持的人质也已获自由。在巴黎的另一个突击行动中,警方击毙了另一名在一个犹太超市劫持了数名人质的枪手,不过警方表示,四名人质在这次行动中丧生。警方星期五下午发起突袭,在巴黎和北部城镇达马尔坦昂...

法国当局说,警方在巴黎北部的一次突击行动中击毙了本周袭击《查理周刊》的两名嫌疑人,嫌疑人所劫持的人质也已获自由。在巴黎的另一个突击行动中,警方击毙了另一名在一个犹太超市劫持了数名人质的枪手,不过警方表示,四名人质在这次行动中丧生。

警方星期五下午发起突袭,在巴黎和北部城镇达马尔坦昂戈几乎同时听到爆炸声和枪声。在警察进入时,本周血洗巴黎讽刺杂志《查理周刊》的主要嫌疑人库阿奇兄弟冲出藏身的仓库,开始向警察射击。两人在现场警察大部队回击时被击毙。

在巴黎,安全部队围攻了巴黎犹太人社区文森站附近的一个超市,被击毙的枪手据信是库阿齐兄弟的同谋。 有关官员说,这名枪手劫持了“至少五名”人质,其中四人已经死亡,但还不清楚他们是何时被谁杀死的。

法 国总统奥朗德星期五傍晚对记者们发表讲话时感谢安全部队成员结束对峙并击毙恐怖分子。他呼吁法国人民保持警惕,团结一致,他说,这是法国打击恐怖主义、种 族主义和反犹太主义的最佳武器。 他把星期五发生在巴黎的暴力袭击称为“恐怖的反犹太袭击。”他说,法国面对的威胁还没有结束。

美国总统奥巴马星期五在田纳西的一个活动上说,美国同法国站在一起,美国执法力量将向法国提供所需的一切支援。奥巴马说,袭击显示,恐怖分子不会给世界带来任何好处,而巴黎则代表了全人类的自由、希望和尊严。

French Police Kill 3 Gunmen to End Hostage Crises

French authorities say the two armed suspects in this week's Charlie Hebdo attack have been killed and their hostage freed during a police raid northeast of Paris. A separate raid in the capital killed another gunman holding multiple hostages at a kosher supermarket in the capital, but police said four hostages died in that operation.

Explosions and gunfire sounded as police moved in Friday afternoon, almost simultaneously, on the supermarket in Paris and on the industrial town of Dammartin-en-Goele, near Charles DeGaulle international airport. Brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi, named as the principal suspects in Wednesday's bloody attack on the satirical magazine in Paris, came out of hiding in a warehouse and began firing as police moved in. They were cut down in return gunfire from a large force of police on the scene.

In the Paris shootout, security forces stormed the supermarket near the Porte de Vincennes neighborhood. They killed gunman Amedy Coulibaly, who had stormed into the market hours earlier and held customers and staff hostage. Authorities said that there had been "at least five" hostages and that four were killed, but it was not clear who killed them and when.

French President Francois Hollande called Friday's violence a "horrible anti-Semitic attack." He said France will not give in to any pressure or fears.

Speaking to reporters Friday evening, Hollande thanked the security personnel who ended the standoffs and neutralized the terrorists.  He called on the French people to show vigilance and unity, which he called the country's best weapon to fight against terrorism, racism and anti-Semitism.  He called the violence Friday in Paris a "horrible anti-Semitic attack" and said France had not seen the end of the threats against it.

"But France, even though it did face this challenge, even if it is aware it has within it the men and women of the security forces, a body able of courage and bravery, France is not finished with being a target of threats.  Therefore, I want to urge you to be vigilant, to be united and to be mobilized," said Hollande.

U.S. President Barack Obama, speaking from Knoxville, Tennessee, said the United States stands with France in supporting liberty and subverting extremism.

He congratulated French law enforcement for ending the standoffs and said the spirit of solidarity "will endure forever, long after the scourge of terrorism has vanished from this world."

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