Man holds two people hostage in Paris


A gunman who took two people hostage in central Paris on Tuesday has been arrested and his victims freed "safe and sound", police in the French capital said.

The gunman is reportedly holding the people hostage inside an office. One of the hostages is reportedly a pregnant woman, and another is "severely injured", according to a witness.

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Crowds of bystanders were held back by a security perimeter at the site, where police and rescue workers were massed, deploying at least one remote-controlled robot on tracks toward the building where the armed man had barricaded himself.

In response, anti-terrorist police have surrounded a Mixicom computer store in the city's 10th arrondissement, which is close to the Gare du Nord Eurostar hub. Police swept vehicles in the area with a device but found nothing, he said. But the police source said he had asked to communicate with the Iranian embassy so that they could convey a message to the French government.

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Shocking photos show police decked out in body armour with a local reporter warning of "an armed man". "His demands were really vague and incoherent", said an interior ministry official.

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