Sunday, July 17, 2016

Nice Terror Attack Victims' Names And Nationalities Revealed After France Bastille Day Massacre

By IB Times, July 15, 2016 

New details about a deadly attack in Nice, France, were emerging Friday as investigators learn more about the perpetrator and the at least 84 people who died after a large truck intentionally sped wildly through a crowd that had convened to watch fireworks in celebration of Bastille Day, the country's national holiday that falls annually on July 14.

Police have identified Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel as the man who drove what appeared to be a semi truck along the Promenade des Anglais. The 31-year-old Frenchman of Tunisian descent, who was killed by police shortly afterward, is being called a terrorist for his actions that left more than 10 children dead, the Associated Press reported. French President François Hollande said during a press conference Friday that least 28 more children have been hospitalized in critical condition either from being hit by the truck or being trampled in the subsequent stampede.

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