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Attack in Nice (EN)

15 jul 2016 15:11

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This fragment is from the NOS Journaal from 15-7-2016 Three days of national mourning have been declared in France following the act of terror in Nice Last night, in the French city of Nice, during the closing of the celebrations of Quatorze Juillet, the French day of celebrating its independence, a truck drove into the celebrating public. 84 people were killed and 18 other were left critically wounded. In the accompanying video from the NOS News is a report from Dutch eyewitnesses. The attack has been designated as an act of terrorism. Officially, the attack has not yet been claimed. French President Francois Hollande has extended the state of emergency, which has been in place since the attacks in Paris on November 13, with three months and has declared three days of national mourning. He also stated that France will intensify its attacks in Syria and Iraq. “We must do everything to continue to fight terrorism France will always be stronger that those who fight against us.” From all over the world there have been reactions of abhorrence and sympathy.

This fragment is from the NOS Journaal from 15-7-2016 Three days of national mourning have been declared in France following the act of terror in Nice Last night, in the French city of Nice, during the closing of the celebrations of Quatorze Juillet, the French day of celebrating its independence, a truck drove into the celebrating public. 84 people were killed and 18 other were left critically wounded. In the accompanying video from the NOS News is a report from Dutch eyewitnesses. The attack has been designated as an act of terrorism. Officially, the attack has not yet been claimed. French President Francois Hollande has extended the state of emergency, which has been in place since the attacks in Paris on November 13, with three months and has declared three days of national mourning. He also stated that France will intensify its attacks in Syria and Iraq. “We must do everything to continue to fight terrorism France will always be stronger that those who fight against us.” From all over the world there have been reactions of abhorrence and sympathy.