PARIS — Je suis Charlie? Three months after Paris was stunned by a three-day rampage that left 17 people dead, French solidarity over the attacks has dissipated even if the threat from homegrown terrorism has not.
A few flowers and candles still line the area outside Charlie Hebdo's office on Rue Nicolas Appert, where brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi gunned down the satirical newspaper's editor and staff on Jan. 7. The brothers shouted their mission was to avenge the publication of what they said were denigra...
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