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World Teen Shot Dead in Muslim-Majority Russian Region After 'Terrorism Attempt'

12:55  30 october  2020
12:55  30 october  2020 Source:   newsweek.com

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  Macron-Putin talks after French teacher's killing France's leader calls his Russian counterpart after the beheading of a teacher by a Russian-born man. © Reuters A silent march was held in honour of Samuel Paty on Tuesday in the Paris suburb where he was killed Mr Macron's comments came in a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who described Friday's attack near Paris as a "barbarous murder".Samuel Paty, 47, was killed after showing controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to his pupils. The attacker was named as Abdullakh Anzorov, an 18-year-old ethnic Chechen.

Police in Russia shot dead a 16-year-old teenager in the Muslim - majority Tatarstan region after he The teenager had tried to set alight a police station in the town of Kukmor using a Molotov cocktail and had stabbed a police officer at last three times during an arrest attempt , the statement said.

Police in Russia ’s republic of Tatarstan have shot and killed a teenager after he attacked a police station with Molotov cocktails and injured one Tatarstan’s Spiritual Board of Muslims denied that the suspect had attended worship at any of its mosques, the state-run RIA Novosti news agency reported.

Police in Russia shot dead a 16-year-old boy in the Muslim-majority Tatarstan region after he tried to set fire to a local police station and stabbed a police officer, Russian investigators said on Friday.

a large ship in the water with a city in the background: The shooting took place in Kukmor in the republic of Tatarstan, which is some 500 miles east of the Russian capital, Moscow © AFP/Getty The shooting took place in Kukmor in the republic of Tatarstan, which is some 500 miles east of the Russian capital, Moscow

Russia's Investigative Committee, which handles major crimes, said in a statement it was treating the incident as an attempted act of terrorism. It has opened a criminal case. The incident, which happened just after midnight local time, left an officer in hospital with non-life-threatening knife wounds.

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A copy of the Qur'an - the Muslim holy book - and two telephones were among the things found on Tensions have risen recently between France and parts of the Muslim world in a resurgence of the Separately, a man armed with a pistol and reportedly threatening police was shot dead by officers in

Two terror attacks have hit France, the first at the Notre Dame basilica in Nice and the second in Avignon. French anti- terror prosecutors said Aoussaoui attacked worshippers in the heart of the Mediterranean resort city with a foot-long blade, slitting the throat of an elderly woman in an apparent

According to an official statement by investigators, the teenager allegedly threw at least two Molotov cocktails in the direction of the local police station in Kukmor, 75 miles east from the regional capital Kazan, in an attempt to set it alight. He then "attempted to run away" before being apprehended by a group of officers, investigators said. The boy stabbed a police officer at last three times during an arrest attempt, the statement said.

Another police officer had fired warning shots into the air before being forced to open fire, it said, saying the unnamed teenager had died of his wounds before medics could arrive on the scene. Investigators have opened a case into an "attempted terrorist act" and "encroachment on the life of a law enforcement officer", the committee said.

After teacher’s killing, French Muslims fear rising Islamophobia

  After teacher’s killing, French Muslims fear rising Islamophobia The gov’t has acted quickly after Samuel Paty was attacked, but Muslims worry they will be collectively punished.The teenager attacked Samuel Paty, a 47-year-old father, in broad daylight on Friday, beheading him near his school in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, a suburb about 15 miles (24km) from the centre of a Paris.

After another day of horror in France, President Macron stood firm in his defence of free speech. But as the bodies pile up, what he really needs is Muslim world The attack which left three people dead in the Notre Dame basilica in Nice saw one of the elderly victims decapitated by a 21-year-old Tunisian

A man was shot dead in Montfavet near the southern French city of Avignon after threatening police with a handgun. The French Council of the Muslim Faith condemned the attack and spoke of its solidarity with the victims and their families.

The incident comes a day after three people were killed in an attack in the southern French city of Nice which President Emmanuel Macron said was an "Islamist terrorist attack". Two died inside the church, a 60-year-old woman who was "virtually beheaded", and a 55-year-old man whose throat was cut.

Another woman, aged 44, fled to a nearby cafe with multiple stab wounds but died shortly afterward. "Tell my children that I love them," she told those who tried to help her, according to French media. Two other attacks took place later on Thursday, one in France and one in Saudi Arabia.

A man was shot dead in Montfavet near the southern French city of Avignon after threatening police with a handgun. While a guard was attacked outside the French consulate in Jeddah in Saudi Arabia. A suspect was arrested and the guard taken to hospital. Governments around the world have condemned the Nice church attack, including France's European neighbors, the U.S., Turkey, Egypt, Qatar, and Lebanon.

The terrorist threat level in France is as high now as it was in 2015 and 2016, following the Charlie Hebdo, Bataclan and Nice lorry attacks and the murder of Jacques Hamel, 85, a beloved French priest, who was killed in his church in Normandy.

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