Two attackers killed, one hostage dead in French church attack
PARIS: Two aggressors killed a minister with an edge and truly injured another prisoner in a congregation in northern France on Tuesday before being shot dead by French police.
There were no prompt subtle elements on the character or thought processes of the two attackers yet the examination was given to the counter terrorist unit of the Paris prosecutor’s office.
A police source said it created the impression that the minister had his throat opening.
“At a certain point, the two aggressors left the congregation and that is the point at which they were executed by the BRI tip top power,” Interior Ministry representative Pierre-Henry Brandet told France Info radio, alluding to France’s specific police bunch.
PM Manuel Valls marked the assault “primitive” and said it was a hit to all Catholics and the entire of France.
“We will stand together,” Valls said on Twitter.
The assault is the most recent in a string of destructive strikes in Europe.
In France, the Normandy assault comes 12 days following a 31-year-old Tunisian Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel furrowed his substantial products truck into a horde of revelers in the French Riviera city of Nice, killing 84 individuals. Islamic State guaranteed that assault.
The knifemen dispatched their strike by taking five individuals prisoner inside the congregation in the Normandy town of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, south of Rouen.
Inside Ministry representative Brandet affirmed one of the prisoners had been executed and said another was basic.
French President Francois Hollande was headed to the site of the assault.
“Repulsiveness. Everything is being done to trigger a war of religions,” tweeted Jean-Pierre Raffarin, a previous preservationist leader who now heads the Senate’s remote undertakings panel.