MB: Teen pleads guilty to killing Delbert Belton; details on the suspects in the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris

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17-year-old Kenan Adams-Kinard, one the suspects accused of beating WWII veteran Delbert Belton to death in August 2013, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder yesterday. Upon sentencing, Adams-Kinard faces 20 years in prison at minimum, with credit for time served. (Inlander)

A man was arrested for leaving his two-year-old son alone and shivering in a car for five hours near Manito Park on Tuesday. The toddler is alive thanks to a clerk at a Conoco station, who alerted the police. (S-R)

Three wrongfully convicted men who spent four years in prison based on faulty information from a jailhouse informant are suing the state for compensation. (S-R)

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French investigators are searching for two brothers, Said Kouachi and Cherif Kouachi, suspected of launching yesterday's deadly attack at the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris. A third suspect turned himself in yesterday afternoon. (New York Times)

The younger brother, Cherif Kouach, was imprisoned years earlier for his involvement with a terrorist network linked to al-Qaida. (Guardian)

The suspects are also believed to have shot dead a policewoman south of Paris and robbed a service station in the north of France, where investigators are focusing their search. (BBC)