A girl places a candle next to a poster reading "It is the ink that should flow and not the blood" during the solidarity demonstration at Republique Plaza in Paris, Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015. (AP/Francois Mori)
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Investigators were scrutinizing the recent past of two brothers with Al-Qaeda sympathies and a place on the U.S. no-fly list as a manhunt for the suspects in the newsroom massacre at a satirical French weekly entered its third day Friday.One brother was convicted of terrorism charges in 2008, and survivors of the bloody assault on Charlie Hebdo said the attackers claimed allegiance to Al-Qaeda in Yemen.A third suspect, 18-year-old Mourad Hamyd, surrendered at a police station Wednesday evening after hearing his name linked to the attacks. His relationship to the Kouachi brothers was unclear. The French suspect in a deadly 2014 attack on a Jewish museum in Belgium had returned from fighting with extremists in Syria; and the man who rampaged in southern France in 2012, killing three soldiers and four people at a Jewish school, received paramilitary training in Pakistan.
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