At least four hostages and a jihadist gunman have been killed in a deadly Paris supermarket siege. Commandos stormed the supermarket minutes after two brothers behind the slaughter at Charlie Hebdo magazine were killed at a second siege on the outskirts of Paris. The special forces team raided the shop as the gunman began his evening prayer. Six explosions were heard at the Jewish supermarket in Porte de Vincennes and several hostages were seen running, or being carried, from the store. At least one of those being carried out was a small child. Fifteen hostages were freed alive. It was initially hoped that all hostages in the shop had been saved but it is now clear that a number died. Others have been critically wounded, including a police officer. Reports in the French media suggest that the hostages were killed before the raid.