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PARIS —  Heartbreaking news in Paris today, as it continues to emerge of an apparent massacre inside of satire newspaper Charile Hebdo.   Such, is the worst terrorist attack of any kind that France has seen in two decades — perhaps even the deadliest in the country’s history.

U.S President Barack Obama was quick to respond to the massacre, citing the damage such has done to press press and journalism.

“The fact that this was an attack on journalists, an attack on our free press, also underscores the degree to which these terrorists fear freedom of speech and freedom of the press,” Obama said from the Oval Office during a meeting with Secretary of State John Kerry and Vice President Joe Biden.

“The one thing that I’m very confident about is that the values that we share with the French people, the universal belief in freedom of expression, is something that can’t be silenced because of the senseless violence of the few,” Obama said.

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