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The faces of two brothers who terrorized Paris yesterday and killed 12 people leaving 10 others injured has been revealed by the French Police.

Brothers, Cherif Kouachi (left), 32, and Said Kouachi (right), 34, are French citizens who are from Paris. But the two brothers are said to have traveled to Yemen where they were trained as assassins.

Speaking about how the terrorist are French citizens but hate the French people so much and would not mind terrorizing them, Nigel Farage, UKIP’s leader told Channel 4 News: “There is a very strong argument that says that what happened in Paris today is a result – and we’ve seen it in London too – is a result I’m afraid of now having a fifth column living within these countries.

“We’ve got people living in these countries, holding our passports, who hate us. “Luckily their numbers are very, very small but it does make one question the whole really gross attempt at encouraged division within society that we have had in the past few decades in the name of multiculturalism.”

While both brothers are still at large, a third suspect that did not fire any shot at yesterday’s massacre has surrendered himself to the police. The younger suspect, who has been identified as 18 year old Hamyd Mourad surrendered to the police after seeing his name circulate on social media.

Speaking with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Christophe Lecourtier – France’s Ambassador to Australia said: “They have been tracked,” he said. “We know more or less where they might be. And I really hope that in the coming hours the French police will be able to arrest them and bring them to justice.”

“France is in a state of shock after this terrorist attack,” said President Francois Hollande. “An act of exceptional barbarity has been perpetrated against a newspaper, against liberty of expression, against journalists.”

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