October 30th, a comprehensive report. On the 29th local time, in Nice, France, people gathered in front of the Notre Dame church to mourn the three victims who were killed in the knife attack.
On the 30th, the French Minister of the Interior issued a warning that more attacks on the French mainland may occur in the future.
According to Reuters, on October 29, a knife attack occurred in the southern French city of Nice, killing three people and injuring many others. Among the three victims was a Brazilian woman who settled in France.
She managed to escape to a nearby bar after being attacked, but soon died of injuries.
On October 29, local time, a knife attack occurred in the southern French city of Nice, killing three people and injuring many others. The incident is still under further investigation. The picture shows a forensic officer arriving at the scene of the incident.
After the attack, people gathered in front of the Notre Dame church, laid flowers and lit candles to mourn the dead. French citizen Frederic Lefevre tied a heart-shaped balloon to the door of the church. “I know him well, it is the man who was killed in the church. This is really a tragedy,” he said.
On the other hand, French President Macron visited Nice later that day. He said at the scene of the crime, “This is an attack against our values, our freedom, including religious freedom.
I will reiterate it clearly today: We will never give in.” He also announced that there are churches in many places across the country. Thousands of soldiers were sent to guard safety in schools and other places.
On October 30, French Interior Minister Dalmanin stated that France is in an “ideological war”, “We are fighting against enemies at home and abroad.”
“We need to understand that incidents like these terrible attacks and such It has happened in the past, and it will happen in the future.” At present, the security alert in France is at the highest level.
According to previous reports, France’s chief counter-terrorism prosecutor Jean-François Ricard said that the suspect in the attack was a Tunisian, born in 1999, and he arrived on the island of Lampedusa in Italy on September 20.
Lampedusa Island is located near Tunisia and is a major landing point for African immigrants to Europe. The suspect was shot by the police after the attack. He is currently in critical condition and is receiving treatment in the hospital.