Breaking News – Woman ‘beheaded’ and man’s throat cut in knife terror attack in France

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A woman has reportedly been beheaded and a man had his throat cut in a suspected terrorist attack outside a church in Nice.

AN operation is in progress near the Notre Dame Church in Nice, with French media reporting that two people have died and several people have been injured.

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According to Actu17, “a woman was beheaded, a man was slaughtered.”

The media outlet reports “an assailant was neutralised by bullets and taken to hospital, he is seriously injured.”


Nice mayor Christian Estrosi tweeted he was on-site with the police who have “challenged the perpetrator of the attack.”

Breaking News - Woman 'beheaded' and man's throat cut in knife terror attack in France
CREDIT: Christian Estrosi

He added: “I confirm that everything points to a terrorist attack in the Basilica of Our Lady of Nice.”


French interior minister Gerald Darmanin urged the public to “avoid the area and follow the instructions.”

He has called a “crisis meeting” in response to the attack.


 

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