By Cindi Cook
PARIS (AA) – Four people were injured Friday in a knife attack near the former headquarters of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
Two of the victims are in a state of "absolute urgency", according to statements by the police on Twitter.
Two assailants are presently on the run.
A search is underway by the local Paris police headquarters in the area of boulevard Richard Lenoir. Law enforcement has warned the public to avoid the area.