Sen. Dick Durbin on Paris shooting: ‘Attack on free press’

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Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Illinois, was on the Senate floor Wednesday, where he called for an international effort to bring justice to the deadly shooting attacks on a Paris satirical newspaper earlier in the day.

“Let us all work together, to not only bring justice to this horrible situation, this attack on free press in France, but let us all work together to bring an end to terrorism,” Durbin said.

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