The BBC reports:
French police have stormed two hostage sites in Paris and north of the city, with the hostage takers reported dead.
Explosions were heard at a warehouse in Dammartin-en-Goele, where two suspects in the Charlie Hebdo magazine shootings had been holding one hostage.
Explosions and gunfire could also be heard at a supermarket in eastern Paris, at Porte de Vincennes, where several hostages were held.
Reports suggest a gunman there was linked to the Charlie Hebdo suspects.
After the operation started, several hostages could be seen leaving the supermarket.
Police told French media that four hostages in the supermarket had been killed prior to security forces storming the site.
It’s great that the Charlie Hebdo killers are no longer a threat, and their hostage was unharmed. Sadly it seems there was innocent loss of life in the other hostage situation. Three terrorists are dead, but at this stage Hayat Boumeddiene is at large, and wanted for the killing of a police woman.