English subtitles available Le Petit Journal revient avec douleur et espoir, sur les attentats du 13 novembre à Paris. Une émission bouleversante et exceptionnelle. Le Petit Journal returns with pain and hope, on the attacks of November 13th in Paris. A deeply moving and exceptional show.
According to a report by Reuters, a man killed two policewomen and a bystander in the Belgian city of Liege on Tuesday, before being shot and killed by police in what authorities have called a terrorist attack by a radicalized 'lone wolf.' According to public broadcaster RTBF, the attacker was named as a 36 year-old petty criminal and drug dealer who had been released on home leave from prison on Monday.
(Newser) – A judicial official says a friend of the young man who rampaged through a central Paris neighborhood knifing passers-by has been detained in the eastern French city of Strasbourg, the AP reports. The friend is the third person French police have taken in for questioning since the suspect in the Saturday night attack—a 20-year-old French citizen born in the Russian republic of Chechnya—killed one person and wounded four others.
LIEGE, Belgium (Reuters) - A man killed two policewomen and a bystander in the Belgian city of Liege on Tuesday before being shot dead in a gunbattle at a school in what prosecutors are treating as a terrorist attack. The man was named by public broadcaster RTBF as a 36-year-old petty criminal who had been let out on day-release from a local prison on Monday. It said investigators were looking into whether he converted to Islam and had been radicalized in jail.
Pakistani officials have provided an anti-terrorism court with details of training received by the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks' perpetrators, including alleged mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi at Lashkar-e-Toiba camps. But, Lakhvi's counsel has claimed that all the accounts provided to the court are fabricated. Now the question has been raised whether after four long years Pakistan will take action or continue to turn its back to this mountain of evidence. The seven Pakistani suspects have been charged with planning, financing and executing the attacks on Mumbai in November 2008 that killed 166 people.
Watch online Eight terrorists dead after Paris attacks kill more than 120 people – live updates _ World news. Watch online Paris Terror Attacks Video, Leak video Paris Terror Attacks 2015, French fire brigade members aid an injured individual near the Bataclan concert hall following fatal shootings in Paris. The footage was the dramatic climax to a siege which started shortly after 9pm when five or six gunmen are reported to have stormed the building, spraying bullets and 'shooting people one by one'. Up to 100 others were held hostage during a tense few hours as French authorities struggled to cope with a reported six separate attacks on the city.
According to a report by Reuters, an armed terrorist who took hostages in a French supermarket is reportedly demanding the release of Saleh Abdeslam, Europe's most notorious jihadist. The attacker reportedly opened fire inside a Super U supermarket in Trèbes, southern France, on Friday. Twenty-eight year-old Abdeslam is the only living suspect linked to the 2015 terror attacks in Paris, which included the Bataclan theatre shooting, and claimed the lives of 130 people.
The lead suspect in Monday's deadly truck attack at a Christmas market in Berlin, Anis Amri, has been tied to a notorious group of local ISIS-linked men led by a man named Abu Walaa. Walaa was arrested in November along with four others accused of operating an ISIS recruitment network. A 22-year-old defector from the terrorist group has said that Abu Walaa was ISIS' top recruiter in Germany.
It's taken 4 years before the lone surviving terrorist of 26/11 could be sent to the gallows and President Pranab's tough call has stunned Pakistan from where terror was unleashed. As Pakistan stood completely stunned as the announcement was made this morning the LeT which trained, sheltered and unleashed the 26/11 mayhem proved what India has been saying all along by terming the terrorist a martyr. Even the Pakistani Taliban expressed 'shock' over India's execution of the Mumbai attacker.