French police have identified the gunmen who killed 12 people during an attack on satirical magazine "Charlie Hebdo" in Paris on Wednesday. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people took to the streets in support of the victims. As the manhunt continues in France, we'll get an update on the situation and examine mounting ethnic and religious tensions in the region.
Thousands Rally Across France After Attack Kills 12 in Paris
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Cecile Alduy, associate professor of French literature at Stanford University
Hatem Bazian, co-founder, board member and faculty member at Zaytuna College
Jack Citrin, professor of political science and director of the Institute of Governmental Studies at UC Berkeley
David Pryce-Jones, author and senior editor for the National Review
Hugh Schofield, BBC News Paris correspondent