An Islamist militant shot dead by French special forces two weeksago after he attacked a Jewish supermarket has been buried near Paris.
Police sources said Amedy Coulibaly had been buried in the Muslim section of the Thiais cemetery, outside the city.
Seventeen people died in three days of violence in Paris that began with an assault on the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on 7 January.
Two other attackers, brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi, are already buried.
Coulibaly, 32, killed four people and held a number of others hostage at a Jewish supermarket in eastern Paris on 9 January.
Police also believe he killed a policewoman in the Montrouge area of the French capital a day earlier.
Coulibaly is believed to have had a long history of criminal activity - including drugs offences - and links to at least one of the Kouachi brothers.