Charlie Hebdo attack: France police hunt accomplices

One key figure is Hayat Boumeddiene, the partner of Amedy Coulibaly. He was killed when police stormed a kosher supermarket in Paris on Friday.She was said to be with Coulibaly when a policewoman was killed and is described as "armed and dangerous".Two gunmen who carried out Wednesday's deadly attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine were killed by police on Friday.President Francois Hollande praised the police but also warned of further threats.He thanked the security services for their "bravery and efficiency", saying the week's violence was "a tragedy for the nation".Mr Hollande said the danger was not over yet. "We have to be vigilant. I also ask you to be united - it's our best weapon," he said in a televised address on Friday night.


Francois Molins, the chief prosecutor in France, said authorities were urgently focusing on Boumeddiene, who is suspected of being with Coulibaly, 32, when the policewoman was killed in Paris on Thursday.Both vanished after the shooting, but Coulibaly reappeared on Friday when he took several people hostage at the Hypercasher supermarket near Porte de Vincennes in eastern Paris.