French print shop reopens after ´Charlie Hebdo´
The print shop in Paris which made world news last year because the Charlie Hebdo terrorists sought refuge there has reopened. President Hollande personally attended the opening at the end of September. The premises were very damaged because of the fights between the terrorists, the Kouachi brothers, and the French troops that tried to end the hostage situation. The renovation cost more than 1.5 million euro and was financed by the government, insurance companies, a collection via the internet and and loan taken out by the printer. The shop has been renovated and has extra security with 24 cameras. Printer Michael Catalona and his colleagues received the Légion d´Honneur from President Hollande.