Charlie Hebdo anniversary: Suspect shot by Paris police

French police have shot dead a man who was apparently trying to attack a police station, on the anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attacks.
Police brought in explosives experts after wires were seen extending from the suspect's body.
Minutes earlier President Francois Hollande had praised police in a speech commemorating the Paris killings.
Gunmen murdered 17 people in a series of attacks including at Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket.
In his address, Mr Hollande said 5,000 extra police and gendarmes would be added to existing forces by 2017 in an "unprecedented" strengthening of French security


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