Charlie Hebdo killers Said and Cherif Kouachi buried in secret

The jihadist brothers who murdered 12 people at the Paris office of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo have been buried in unmarked graves. French authorities made efforts to ensure the sites would not attract fanatics.

The bodies of Said and Cherif Kouachi were buried without fanfare over the weekend in unmarked graves about 150 kilometers (93 miles) apart.
Cherif Kouachi (pictured, right) was buried at a cemetery in Gennevilliers near Paris, where he used to live.

“His wife did not wish to take part in the funeral. He did not have anyone. It was extremely calm,” a local official told the news agency AFP, adding that the grave was left unmarked to avoid it becoming a “pilgrimage site” for fanatical Islamists.
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Source News: DW