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Canada Nice attack: what we know about the assailant and the victims

14:25  29 october  2020
14:25  29 october  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

Attack in Nice: what we know

 Attack in Nice: what we know Three people were killed in the attack on a church in Nice on Thursday morning. The assailant was "neutralized" by the police. © Eric Gaillard / Reuters Nice The facts A man armed with a knife attacked, Thursday around 9 a.m., people present in the Notre-Dame church in Nice , located in the heart of the city from the city. He killed three people.

Another victim , according to reports, was the assistant head of the Nice border police, Jean-Marc Three people on a school trip from Germany were unaccounted for. Read more about the victims . Mr Molins said the attack was "in line with the constant calls to kill" from militant Islamist groups, and

What we know so far about the men, women and children killed and injured when a man drove a lorry into a Bastille Day crowd on the seafront in Nice . Please note that French police have not identified publicly all victims , as they try to make sure they do not give out the wrong information about anyone.

Selon nos informations, l'assaillant est un homme d'une vingtaine d'années, qui parle français. Transporté en état d'urgence absolue à l'hôpital, il n'a cessé de répéter © AFP According to our information, the assailant is a man in his twenties, who speaks French. Transported in a state of absolute emergency to the hospital, he kept repeating "Allah Akbar". The three victims have been identified.

According to our information, the assailant is a man in his twenties, who speaks French. Transported in a state of absolute emergency to the hospital, he kept repeating "Allah Akbar". The three victims have been identified.

A few hours after the attack committed Thursday morning in the Notre-Dame basilica in Nice , Europe 1 was able to reconstruct the unfolding of the facts, as well as the profile of the assailant and the victims. While the basilica had opened at 8:30 am, the attack occurred around 9:00 am.

Trudeau condemns deadly attack at Nice church that killed three

  Trudeau condemns deadly attack at Nice church that killed three OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned a deadly attack in the French city of Nice on Thursday as a "heinous" act of terrorism, saying that the perpetrators "do not get to define Muslims." An attacker armed with a knife killed three people at a church in the Mediterranean city, French authorities said, prompting the country to raise its security alert status to the highest level. "They were heinous, criminal acts, unjustifiable by any circumstance and an affront to all of our values," Trudeau said Thursday at a news conference after a virtual meeting with European Union leaders.

What We Know About the Attack in Nice . The assailant Details have begun to emerge in local media about Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, who was The victims The death toll of the attack is still rising, but France’s interior ministry has reportedly said so far 84 deaths have been confirmed.

Following the attack on Friday in which a suspected terrorist drove a truck through crowds of Bastille Day revelers, the dust in Nice is starting to settle, and the victims of the attack that left 84.

The attacker entered the basilica in possession of a bag containing several knives. He attacked three people, who died:

A 70-year-old woman, a regular in the church, who was beheaded The man of about 45, who was slaughtered, is the sacristan of the basilica The third victim, a woman of around 30, was "stabbed" and succumbed to her injuries in a nearby bar

The author speaks French and repeated "Allah Akbar" several times

Around 9:05 am, either a few minutes after the attack, the municipal police intervened by opening fire on the assailant to neutralize him. At 9:30 am, the local RAID antenna arrived on site in search of possible other authors. They found inside a second bag, which was cleared and in which they found two kitchen knives. Other bags, present on the scene, are being cleared.

Nice attack: in shock, Christians and Muslims call for union

 Nice attack: in shock, Christians and Muslims call for union © Arié BOTBOL In front of Notre-Dame de l'Assomption, in Nice, Thursday morning. After the two attacks which shook France on Thursday, the representatives of the Catholic and Muslim faiths reacted by expressing their emotion and the necessary solidarity. While President Emmanuel Macron invoked the necessary "national union", Wednesday evening , faced with the health crisis, this call takes on an all the more urgent meaning as the country is again struck, Thursday, by terrorism .

The three victims were from the same German school and were in Nice as part of a post-exam class celebration trip. A man has paid tribute to his Muslim mother who died in the attack , decribing her as someone practiced Everything we know so far about the Nice attack victims . copeland_family.jpg.

The Locatellis were well known in their village, where François had worked as a heating engineer and his grandson taught economics and social studies at Razafitrimo was in Nice with her two children, aged four and six, both of whom survived the attack . She was a “joyous person very involved with the

According to our information, the perpetrator of the attack is a man of the "North African type", about 25 years old. He speaks French, claims to be called Brahim and has admitted the facts. He has no ID or phone. The technical and scientific police are mobilized to try to confirm his identity.

He was taken to a city hospital in a state of absolute emergency and his room is secured by national police personnel. During his transfer, the man kept repeating "Allah Akbar".

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