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Terrorist attack in France, 3 people killed with a knife in a church in Nice, police injure the perpetrator

Terrorist attack in France, 3 people killed with a knife in a church in Nice,

France was yesterday the target of an attack which is thought to be terrorist. Three people were killed in a church in the French city of Nice, in the attack that left several people injured. The perpetrator, armed with a knife, entered the church of Notre Dame at 09:00 on Thursday and cut the throat of the caretaker of the church, partially cut off the head of an elderly woman and seriously injured a third woman. Despite managing to get out of the church and go to a cafe near the church, the injured woman also died from her injuries, thus becoming the third victim of this monstrous crime. The Mayor of Nisës has considered this as a terrorist attack, based on the words of the author. "He kept repeating the words of Allahu Akbar (God is great) even when he was under the influence of medication after being injured during the arrest by the police," said the mayor. Police quickly cordoned off the area, where they shot and arrested the assailant. The perpetrator was taken to hospital and is under police surveillance. There has also been an immediate reaction from anti-terrorism prosecutors who have launched an investigation into the killings, which come after the beheading of teacher Samuel Pati earlier this month, but it is still unclear whether yesterday's attack was related to recent events such as the assassination of a teacher or excessive tensions and statements between Turkey and France. French media report that sources close to the investigation bodies suggest that the attack was a 21-year-old Tunisian immigrant, however the authorities have not yet made public any details. Following the attack, French President Emmanuel Macron vowed that France would not give up its "values". and also called on people of all religions not to "surrender to the spirit of division." Macron said the whole of France has been attacked, adding that he will deploy thousands more troops to protect key sites, such as places of worship and schools. Macron said France was exposed to an Islamic terrorist attack. "France was attacked because of our values, because of our sense of freedom, because of our ability to have freedom of religion in our land, because we are not subject to any terror. "Let me be very clear: we will never give up." Macron said France was exposed to an Islamic terrorist attack. "France was attacked because of our values, because of our sense of freedom, because of our ability to have freedom of religion in our land, because we are not subject to any terror. "Let me be very clear: we will never give up." Macron said France was exposed to an Islamic terrorist attack. "France was attacked because of our values, because of our sense of freedom, because of our ability to have freedom of religion in our land, because we are not subject to any terror. "Let me be very clear: we will never give up."

Turkey's reaction

As suspicions are that the incident has to do with the murder of a teacher in France and the strained relations between Turkey and France, Turkey has reacted to the attack on the Notre Dame cathedral. Turkey strongly condemned the attack. The statement said that Turkey is in solidarity with the French people against violence and terrorism. "There is no reason that can justify the murder of a person or justify violence. It is clear that those who organized such a brutal attack on a place of worship have no religious, humanitarian, or moral value. "As a country that fights various types of terrorism and loses its citizens due to terrorism, we are showing solidarity with the French people, especially the people of Nice, against terrorism and violence," the statement said.

Another attack on the French

Yesterday France suffered another attack. A guard was stabbed at a French consulate in Saudi Arabia. According to foreign media, the attacker was arrested after stabbing and injuring the guard with a 'sharp tool' at the French consulate in Jeddah. The French embassy in Riyadh said the guard was taken to hospital and his life was not in danger, but condemned the 'attack on diplomatic premises that can never be justified'. French diplomats also called on Saudi authorities to 'shed light on this attack' and provide security for the French in the kingdom, where France has an embassy in Riyadh, an honorary consulate in Al-Khobar and French international schools.