1. Various of French President Francois Hollande arriving at printing plant
2. Hollande unveiling plaque marking reopening of the plant, reading (French) "Mr Francois Hollande, President of the Republic, inaugurated on 29 September 2016 the new printing plant of the Groupe Michel Catalano, destroyed during an assault of armed forces on 9 January 2015"
A printing plant north of Paris is reopening for the first time since it was damaged during a deadly standoff between police and two brothers who gunned down cartoonists at Charlie Hebdo newspaper.
French President Francois Hollande presided over Thursday's re-opening in a sign of the national significance of the drama that unfolded there in January 2015. It was the first of a string of Islamic extremist attacks that have rocked France.
Cherif and Said Kouachi led police on a two-day manhunt after attacking Charlie Hebdo, then hid out in a printing plant in Dammartin-en-Goele. Police surrounded the building and the brothers were killed in a shootout.
The attacks that week on Charlie Hebdo, police and a kosher market killed 17 people.
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