Armed French intervention police stand ready at the scene of a shooting in the street of Montrouge near ParisFrench anti-terrorism police converged on an area northeast of Paris on Thursday after two brothers suspected of being behind an attack on a satirical newspaper were spotted at a petrol station in the region. France’s prime minister said on Thursday he feared the Islamist militants who killed 12 people could strike again as a manhunt for two men widened across the country. Two police sources said that the men were seen armed and wearing cagoules in a Renault Clio car at a petrol station on a secondary road in Villers-Cotterets some 70 kilometers from the French capital. Amid French media reports the men had abandoned their car, Bruno Fortier, the mayor of neighboring CrĂ©py-en-Valois, said helicopters were circling his town and police and anti-terrorism forces were deploying en masse. “It’s an incessant waltz of police cars and trucks,” he told Reuters, adding that he could not confirm reports the men were holed up in a house in the area. More