Gunmen with automatic weapons have attacked a French newspaper and, at last report, remain at large. ABC News reports 12 people are dead.

Witness videos show armed gunmen running through the street and passing by a police officer who's on the ground. A 'bump' in the video was made when the gunman executed the officer and the editors didn't want it shown.

ABC News reports the attackers shouted "Allahu akbar," which means 'God is Greater,' when they stormed the building, killing the paper's editor, a cartoonist, and ten others. The 'Charlie Hebdo weekly' is a controversial, satirical paper that has drawn criticism before. Cartoons featuring caricatures of the Prophet Muhammed have frequently fueled the anger of Muslims.

A manhunt is on for the gunmen. So far, no one has claimed responsibility for the attacks.