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India TV News Desk [ Updated: March 23, 2012 10:45 IST ]
  • Journalists and residents stand at night next to an apartment building where a suspect in the shooting at the Ozar Hatorah Jewish school is still barricaded in Toulouse, southern France, early Thursday, March 22, 2012. Riot police set off explosions outside the apartment building early Thursday in an effort to force the surrender of the gunman. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)
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    Journalists and residents stand at night next to an apartment building where a suspect in the shooting at the Ozar Hatorah Jewish school is still barricaded in Toulouse, southern France, early Thursday, March 22, 2012. Riot police set off explosions outside the apartment building early Thursday in an effort to force the surrender of the gunman. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)

  • Journalists stand at night next to an apartment building where Mohamed Merah, a suspect in the shooting at the Ozar Hatorah Jewish school, is still barricaded in Toulouse, southern France, Thursday, March 22, 2012. Riot police set off explosions outside the apartment building early Thursday in an effort to force the surrender of the gunman. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)
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    Journalists stand at night next to an apartment building where Mohamed Merah, a suspect in the shooting at the Ozar Hatorah Jewish school, is still barricaded in Toulouse, southern France, Thursday, March 22, 2012. Riot police set off explosions outside the apartment building early Thursday in an effort to force the surrender of the gunman. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)

  • French special intervention police officers of Research Assistance Intervention Dissuasion unit, RAID, arrive at an apartment building in Toulouse, France, early Thursday, March 22, 2012 where Mohamed Merah, a suspect in the shooting at he Ozar Hatorah Jewish school, had been holed up. French police prepared to storm the apartment building to arrest the gunman. (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)
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    French special intervention police officers of Research Assistance Intervention Dissuasion unit, RAID, arrive at an apartment building in Toulouse, France, early Thursday, March 22, 2012 where Mohamed Merah, a suspect in the shooting at he Ozar Hatorah Jewish school, had been holed up. French police prepared to storm the apartment building to arrest the gunman. (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)

  • Police officers and firefighter stand next to an apartment building in Toulouse, France, early Thursday, March 22, 2012, where Mohamed Merah, a suspect in the shooting at he Ozar Hatorah Jewish school, had been holed up. French police prepared to storm the apartment building to arrest the gunman. (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)
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    Police officers and firefighter stand next to an apartment building in Toulouse, France, early Thursday, March 22, 2012, where Mohamed Merah, a suspect in the shooting at he Ozar Hatorah Jewish school, had been holed up. French police prepared to storm the apartment building to arrest the gunman. (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)

  • French Interior Minister Claude Gueant, right, shakes hands with a police officer as he arrives near a building where the chief suspect in an al Qaida linked killing spree is holed up in an apartment in Toulouse, France Thursday March 22, 2012. Mohamed Merah, the chief suspect in the shooting of three Jewish schoolchildren, a rabbi, and three French paratroopers in three separate incidents, has stopped communicating with authorities and may have committed suicide, the interior minister said Thursday, as a standoff between the gunman and hundreds of police entered a second day. (AP Photo/Bob Edme)
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    French Interior Minister Claude Gueant, right, shakes hands with a police officer as he arrives near a building where the chief suspect in an al Qaida linked killing spree is holed up in an apartment in Toulouse, France Thursday March 22, 2012. Mohamed Merah, the chief suspect in the shooting of three Jewish schoolchildren, a rabbi, and three French paratroopers in three separate incidents, has stopped communicating with authorities and may have committed suicide, the interior minister said Thursday, as a standoff between the gunman and hundreds of police entered a second day. (AP Photo/Bob Edme)

  • French polices officers arrive near a building where the chief suspect in an al Qaida linked killing spree is holed up in an apartment in Toulouse, France Thursday March 22, 2012. Mohamed Merah, the chief suspect in the shooting of three Jewish schoolchildren, a rabbi, and three French paratroopers in three separate incidents, has stopped communicating with authorities and may have committed suicide, the interior minister said Thursday, as a standoff between the gunman and hundreds of police entered a second day. (AP Photo/Bob Edme)
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    French polices officers arrive near a building where the chief suspect in an al Qaida linked killing spree is holed up in an apartment in Toulouse, France Thursday March 22, 2012. Mohamed Merah, the chief suspect in the shooting of three Jewish schoolchildren, a rabbi, and three French paratroopers in three separate incidents, has stopped communicating with authorities and may have committed suicide, the interior minister said Thursday, as a standoff between the gunman and hundreds of police entered a second day. (AP Photo/Bob Edme)

  • A French special intervention police officer of Research Assistance Intervention Dissuasion unit, RAID, arrives near a building where the chief suspect in an al Qaida linked killing spree is holed up in an apartment in Toulouse, France Thursday March 22, 2012. Mohamed Merah, the chief suspect in the shooting of three Jewish schoolchildren, a rabbi, and three French paratroopers in three separate incidents, has stopped communicating with authorities and may have committed suicide, the interior minister said Thursday, as a standoff between the gunman and hundreds of police entered a second day. (AP Photo/Bob Edme)
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    A French special intervention police officer of Research Assistance Intervention Dissuasion unit, RAID, arrives near a building where the chief suspect in an al Qaida linked killing spree is holed up in an apartment in Toulouse, France Thursday March 22, 2012. Mohamed Merah, the chief suspect in the shooting of three Jewish schoolchildren, a rabbi, and three French paratroopers in three separate incidents, has stopped communicating with authorities and may have committed suicide, the interior minister said Thursday, as a standoff between the gunman and hundreds of police entered a second day. (AP Photo/Bob Edme)

  • French special intervention police officers of Research Assistance Intervention Dissuasion unit, and firefignters are seen near a building where the chief suspect in an al Qaida linked killing spree is holed up in an apartment in Toulouse, France Thursday March 22, 2012. Mohamed Merah, the chief suspect in the shooting of three Jewish schoolchildren, a rabbi, and three French paratroopers in three separate incidents, has stopped communicating with authorities and may have committed suicide, the interior minister said Thursday, as a standoff between the gunman and hundreds of police entered a second day.(AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)
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    French special intervention police officers of Research Assistance Intervention Dissuasion unit, and firefignters are seen near a building where the chief suspect in an al Qaida linked killing spree is holed up in an apartment in Toulouse, France Thursday March 22, 2012. Mohamed Merah, the chief suspect in the shooting of three Jewish schoolchildren, a rabbi, and three French paratroopers in three separate incidents, has stopped communicating with authorities and may have committed suicide, the interior minister said Thursday, as a standoff between the gunman and hundreds of police entered a second day.(AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)

  • French special intervention police officers of Research Assistance Intervention Dissuasion unit, RAID, are seen near a building where the chief suspect in an al Qaida linked killing spree is holed up in an apartment in Toulouse, France Thursday March 22, 2012. Mohamed Merah, the chief suspect in the shooting of three Jewish schoolchildren, a rabbi, and three French paratroopers in three separate incidents, has stopped communicating with authorities and may have committed suicide, the interior minister said Thursday, as a standoff between the gunman and hundreds of police entered a second day.(AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)
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    French special intervention police officers of Research Assistance Intervention Dissuasion unit, RAID, are seen near a building where the chief suspect in an al Qaida linked killing spree is holed up in an apartment in Toulouse, France Thursday March 22, 2012. Mohamed Merah, the chief suspect in the shooting of three Jewish schoolchildren, a rabbi, and three French paratroopers in three separate incidents, has stopped communicating with authorities and may have committed suicide, the interior minister said Thursday, as a standoff between the gunman and hundreds of police entered a second day.(AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)

  • Socialist Party candidate for the French presidential election Francois Hollande, left, rightist candidate Nicolas Dupont Aignan, center, and centrist candidate Francois Bayrou, 3nd right, and far right candidate Marine Le Pen, right, attend a ceremony to pay homage to the three soldiers killed by the suspected French gunman Mohamed Merah, claiming al Qaida links, and also suspected in the killings of three Jewish children and a rabbi, Wednesday, March 21, 2012 in Montauban, southwestern France. Soldiers were Imad Ibn Ziaten, 30, a paratrooper in the 1st Airborne Transportation Regiment based in Toulouse, Abel Chennouf, 25, who served in the 17th paratrooper combat engineering regiment based in Montauban and Mohamed Legouade, 26, the second paratrooper killed in the same shooting. Second man at left is unidentified.(AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)
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    Socialist Party candidate for the French presidential election Francois Hollande, left, rightist candidate Nicolas Dupont Aignan, center, and centrist candidate Francois Bayrou, 3nd right, and far right candidate Marine Le Pen, right, attend a ceremony to pay homage to the three soldiers killed by the suspected French gunman Mohamed Merah, claiming al Qaida links, and also suspected in the killings of three Jewish children and a rabbi, Wednesday, March 21, 2012 in Montauban, southwestern France. Soldiers were Imad Ibn Ziaten, 30, a paratrooper in the 1st Airborne Transportation Regiment based in Toulouse, Abel Chennouf, 25, who served in the 17th paratrooper combat engineering regiment based in Montauban and Mohamed Legouade, 26, the second paratrooper killed in the same shooting. Second man at left is unidentified.(AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)

  • From left, Valerie Trierweiler companion of Socialist Party candidate for the French presidential election Francois Hollande, rightist candidate Nicolas Dupont Aignan, and centrist candidate Francois Bayrou, and far right candidate Marine Le Pen attend a ceremony to pay homage to the three soldiers killed by the suspected French gunman Mohamed Merah, claiming al Qaida links, and also suspected in the killings of three Jewish children and a rabbi, Wednesday, March 21, 2012 in Montauban, southwestern France. Soldiers were Imad Ibn Ziaten, 30, a paratrooper in the 1st Airborne Transportation Regiment based in Toulouse, Abel Chennouf, 25, who served in the 17th paratrooper combat engineering regiment based in Montauban and Mohamed Legouade, 26, the second paratrooper killed in the same shooting. Second man at left is unidentified.(AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)
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    From left, Valerie Trierweiler companion of Socialist Party candidate for the French presidential election Francois Hollande, rightist candidate Nicolas Dupont Aignan, and centrist candidate Francois Bayrou, and far right candidate Marine Le Pen attend a ceremony to pay homage to the three soldiers killed by the suspected French gunman Mohamed Merah, claiming al Qaida links, and also suspected in the killings of three Jewish children and a rabbi, Wednesday, March 21, 2012 in Montauban, southwestern France. Soldiers were Imad Ibn Ziaten, 30, a paratrooper in the 1st Airborne Transportation Regiment based in Toulouse, Abel Chennouf, 25, who served in the 17th paratrooper combat engineering regiment based in Montauban and Mohamed Legouade, 26, the second paratrooper killed in the same shooting. Second man at left is unidentified.(AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)

  • French special intervention police officers leave the area in Toulouse, France Thursday March 22, 2012 where an Islamic extremist died Thursday after jumping from his window, gun in hand, in a fierce shootout with police. The death of Mohamed Merah, 23, ended a more than 32 hour standoff with an elite police squad trying to capture him alive. Merah was wanted in the deaths of seven people, three paratroopers, three Jewish schoolchildren and a rabbi, all killed over 10 days.(AP Photo/Bob Edme)
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    French special intervention police officers leave the area in Toulouse, France Thursday March 22, 2012 where an Islamic extremist died Thursday after jumping from his window, gun in hand, in a fierce shootout with police. The death of Mohamed Merah, 23, ended a more than 32 hour standoff with an elite police squad trying to capture him alive. Merah was wanted in the deaths of seven people, three paratroopers, three Jewish schoolchildren and a rabbi, all killed over 10 days.(AP Photo/Bob Edme)

  • French Interior Minister Claude Gueant reacts as he arrive to talk to the media in Toulouse, France Thursday March 22, 2012 near an apartment building where Mohamed Merah a suspect in shooting attacks which killed a rabbi, three Jewish children and three French paratroopers and who claimed links to al Qaida, was holed up. An Islamic extremist who boasted of killing seven people in an attempt to bring France to its knees died Thursday after jumping from his window, arms in hand, in a shootout with police, a French minister said. (AP Photo/bob Edme)
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    French Interior Minister Claude Gueant reacts as he arrive to talk to the media in Toulouse, France Thursday March 22, 2012 near an apartment building where Mohamed Merah a suspect in shooting attacks which killed a rabbi, three Jewish children and three French paratroopers and who claimed links to al Qaida, was holed up. An Islamic extremist who boasted of killing seven people in an attempt to bring France to its knees died Thursday after jumping from his window, arms in hand, in a shootout with police, a French minister said. (AP Photo/bob Edme)

  • French special intervention police officers leave the area in Toulouse, France Thursday March 22, 2012 where an Islamic extremist died Thursday after jumping from his window, gun in hand, in a fierce shootout with police. The death of Mohamed Merah, 23, ended a more than 32 hour standoff with an elite police squad trying to capture him alive. Merah was wanted in the deaths of seven people, three paratroopers, three Jewish schoolchildren and a rabbi, all killed over 10 days.(AP Photo/Bob Edme)
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    French special intervention police officers leave the area in Toulouse, France Thursday March 22, 2012 where an Islamic extremist died Thursday after jumping from his window, gun in hand, in a fierce shootout with police. The death of Mohamed Merah, 23, ended a more than 32 hour standoff with an elite police squad trying to capture him alive. Merah was wanted in the deaths of seven people, three paratroopers, three Jewish schoolchildren and a rabbi, all killed over 10 days.(AP Photo/Bob Edme)

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