Thursday marked one year to the day of the Charlie Hebdo terror attack in Paris. It lasted for three days. Today marks the day the specific crisis ended with the shooting deaths by police of the terrorists. The November attack in Paris left 119 people dead and police in Paris admitted they were ill-prepared for what took place in November.
Meanwhile, in Europe now, there are reports of sexual harassment, assaults and rape of women by migrant gangs. Reports now that police in Germany and Austria tried to cover up the attacks. European countries warning women to be careful and perhaps not go out at night. Daily Mail, U.K. headline: Migrant rape fears spread across Europe: Women told not to go out at night alone after assaults carried out in Sweden, Finland, Germany, Austria and Switzerland, amid warnings gangs are coordinating attacks.