Wells: What Paris shootings mean for French politics
 

Wells: What Paris shootings mean for French politics

Paul Wells reports after French hostage takings


 
Rescue workers tend a victim after a shooting in Montrouge, south of Paris Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015. Two people were shot and gravely wounded at the southern edge of Paris, including a police officer, raising tensions a day after masked gunmen stormed the offices of a satirical newspaper and killed 12 people. (Christophe Ena, AP)

Rescue workers tend a victim after a shooting in Montrouge, south of Paris Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015. Two people were shot and gravely wounded at the southern edge of Paris, including a police officer, raising tensions a day after masked gunmen stormed the offices of a satirical newspaper and killed 12 people. (Christophe Ena, AP)

Maclean’s political editor Paul Wells spoke with CityNews and Rogers radio reporter Cormac Mac Sweeney in the wake of the massacre at Charlie Hebdo and the twin hostage-takings that followed. Follow Wells on Twitter and Instagram as he reports from Paris.

Police notre moving in. We’re blocked from going further.

A video posted by Paul Wells (@inklesspw) on

 


 

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