1 hurt after man opens fire at French newspaper office
LONDON (CNN) -- — A man armed with a shotgun walked into the lobby of the French daily Liberation in Paris and fired twice Monday, the newspaper said.
A 27-year-old photographer's assistant was shot in the chest and was in serious condition, authorities said.
Paris police had no further information on the shooter or motivation for the attack. He fled after the attack.
There had been no recent threats against the paper and security was not high, managing editor Fabrice Rousselot told CNN affiliate BFM-TV.
On Friday, a gunman broke into BFMTV, threatening journalists before fleeing.