France – Two Suspected Terrorists Arrested In Marseille Over Suspicion Of Planning An Attack During National Elections

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Two men were arrested on Tuesday in Marseille, southern France, on suspicion of planning an attack during presidential elections which open on Sunday, according to the French interior minister. The two men “intended to commit an attack on French soil in the very short term, which is to say in the coming days”, Interior Minister Matthias…

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