Charlie Hebdo cartoonist reveals terrorists threatened to murder her toddler unless she let them in - and how she cowered with her child under desk as massacre took place

Charlie Hebdo cartoonist Corinne Rey (pictured left) and her daughter watched helplessly as two masked men brandishing automatic weapons shot and killed two of her colleagues in the office they worked. Not knowing who they were, Miss Rey granted the men, who claim to be from Al Qaeda, the entry code into the building (pictured right). The magazine's lawyers confirmed four cartoonists were killed in the attack, as well as eight others including a policeman who was mercilessly shot on the street outside.