Prosecutor: Paris Attacker Wanted To Set Charlie Hebdo Offices On Fire.

A Pakistani man accused of wounding two people with a meat cleaver in front of the former offices of Charlie Hebdo on September 25 did not know the satirical weekly had moved and wanted to set its offices on fire, a French prosecutor said on September 29.

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