Attorney General Eric HolderEric Himpton HolderJuan Williams: Democrats finally hit Trump where it hurts GOP governor vetoes New Hampshire bill to create independent redistricting commission Why target Tucker Carlson? It's part of the left's war on the right MORE will attend a terrorism summit on Sunday convened by the French government in the wake of an attack on a satirical paper based in Paris, according to reports.


The meeting will allow attendees to discuss "addressing terrorist threats, foreign fighters and countering violent extremism," Agence France Press reported a Justice Department official as saying.

The talks are being led by French Justice Minister Bernard Cazeneuve just days after gunmen killed 12 people in and around the offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. The paper had published cartoons many saw as ridiculing Islam and had received threats from extremists in the past.

A manhunt continued on Thursday for two suspects in the shooting. A third suspect had surrendered to police.