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Vincent Loques, the first photograph was taken of one of the three people who died in an Islamist attack in Nice. Two of the victims were beheaded in a day of terror for France.
Vincent Loques, 45, a father-of-two and sacristan of the Notre Dame basilica in Nice.
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Vincent Loques, 45, a sacristan at the Notre Dame Basilica in the city of Nice, was brutally murdered while preparing for the first mass of the day after Brahim Aoussaoui, a 21-year-old Tunisian migrant, attacked the church.
Aoussaoui is believed to have beheaded an elderly parishioner who came to pray when the church opened before attacking Loques and then fatally stabbed a second woman who ran across the street before dying from his injuries. Armed police arrived 10 minutes later and shot Aoussaoui before arresting him.
Elsewhere, a security guard outside the French consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, was stabbed and wounded while two other men were arrested, one with a knife near a church in Sartrouville after his father reported he was about to attack. perform Nice and another who tried to get on a train with a long sword in Lyon.
Police are believed to have foiled another Islamist attack in the city of Avignon when officials shot and killed a gunman after refusing to drop his weapon.
However, it later emerged that the man was part of an identical right-wing extremist and anti-Islamic movement and had delivered a Nazi salute. French media initially reported that the man had yelled “Allahu Akbar”, which turned out to be false.
The attacks on President Emmanuel Macron for defending satirical cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad and the day Sunni Muslims celebrate the Prophet’s birthday are taking place across the Islamic world.
School teacher, Samuel Paty,
It also comes less than two weeks after a school teacher, Samuel Paty, north of Paris, was beheaded for showing his class cartoons of the Prophet in a lesson on freedom of expression.
Macron traveled to Nice after the attack and delivered a speech shortly after 3 p.m. when church bells rang in France to honor the dead. The president said it was “clear that France is under attack … for our values of freedom and our desire not to give in to terror.”
“I will say it again today very clearly: we will not give a reason,” he added.