By Laura Payton, CBC News
Prime Minister Stephen Harper warned the "international jihadist
movement" has declared war on countries around the world, vowing Canada
will do what it can to eliminate the threat and protect Canadians.
In his first public comments about yesterday's attack on the Paris
office of the satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo, in which 12
people were killed, Harper said people around the world showed they
won't be intimidated by "jihadist terrorists."
"When a trio of hooded men struck at some of our most cherished
democratic principles — freedom of expression, freedom of the press
— they assaulted democracy everywhere. Yesterday, hundreds of thousands
of people around the world and in cities across this country openly
demonstrated that we will not be intimidated by jihadist terrorists,"
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