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JUST IN: Good assault suspect recognized by French police

From CNN’s Fanny Bobille in Paris and Livia Borghese in Rome

French nationwide police have recognized the suspect in Good assault as Brahim Aouissaoui, who was born in 1999.

A supply within the Italian inside ministry advised CNN that Aouissaoui first arrived in Europe on the southern Italian island of Lampedusa.

1 hr 8 min in the past

Turkish official condemns Good assault

From CNN’s Isil Sariyuce in Istanbul

Turkey's Communications Director Fahrettin Altun is pictured during a meeting in Istanbul, Turkey on September 7.
Turkey’s Communications Director Fahrettin Altun is pictured throughout a gathering in Istanbul, Turkey on September 7. Handout/Turkey’s Directorate Of Communications/Anadolu Company/Getty Photos

The Turkish authorities’s communications director, Fahrettin Altun, mentioned that Turkey will proceed to confront politicians who insult Islam, saying that the nation “doesn’t owe an apology to anybody for expressing sturdy opposition to racism and xenophobia.”

Altun “unconditionally” condemned the latest terror assault in Good, France and mentioned that “such mindless violence has nothing to do with Islam or Muslims.”

Nevertheless, Altun criticized the French management saying they need to keep away from inflammatory rhetoric in opposition to Muslims.

“We name on the French management to keep away from additional inflammatory rhetoric in opposition to Muslims and focus, as a substitute, on discovering the perpetrators of this and different acts of violence. Wise events in France should work on constructing bridges to forestall the creation of a hostile atmosphere,” Altun mentioned. 

“We categorically deny any effort to affiliate us with any sort of violence.”

Some background: Tensions have been tense between the 2 international locations, with Turkey notably vital of remedy of Muslims in France. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan mentioned on Wednesday that “we’re going by way of a time during which anti-Islam and Muslim hatred is spreading like most cancers amongst leaders in Europe.”

1 hr 53 min in the past

“We is not going to give in,” Macron says after visiting scene of assault

From CNN’s Fanny Bobille in Paris

French President Emmanuel Macron speaks to the press outside the the Notre-Dame Basilica in Nice on Thursday.
French President Emmanuel Macron speaks to the press outdoors the the Notre-Dame Basilica in Good on Thursday. Eric Gaillard/Pool/AFP/Getty Photos

French President Emmanuel Macron mentioned the nation is not going to give in to terrorism after as soon as once more coming below assault from what he known as “Islamist and terrorist insanity.”

“I say this with the outmost readability — we is not going to give in to terrorism,” he mentioned after visiting the scene of a lethal assault in Good.

“As soon as once more this morning, it was three of our compatriots that fell in Good, and really clearly France is below assault,” he added.

Macron mentioned the nation should use such incidents to unite, and never give into the “spirit of division.”

2 hr 37 min in the past

Catholics “gained’t give into worry” after Good assault, Bishop’s Council says

From CNN’s Gaëlle Fournier in Paris

French policemen stand guard at the site of a knife attack at the Basilica of Notre-Dame de Nice on Thursday.
French policemen stand guard on the web site of a knife assault on the Basilica of Notre-Dame de Good on Thursday. Eroc Gaillard/AFP/Getty Photos

Catholics throughout France “refuse to offer into worry” following the knife assault at a church in Good, the French Bishop’s Council has mentioned.

“By means of these terrible acts, it’s our total nation that’s hit,” the Council mentioned in an announcement.

“This terrorism goals to set nervousness inside our society. There may be an pressing must cease this gangrene and to regain the important fraternity that can make us stand in entrance of those threats.”

The council mentioned church bells rang out throughout the nation at 3 p.m. native time (10 a.m. ET) in tribute to the victims.

3 hr 19 min in the past

Center East international locations condemn lethal assault in France

From CNN’s Mostafa Salem in Abu Dhabi

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt have condemned the lethal knife assault in France on Thursday. 

Egypt’s highest spiritual authority Al-Azhar condemned “the hateful terrorist assault that passed off” in France on Thursday and warned of an “escalating rhetoric of violence and hatred.”

“Not at all are these assaults justifiable,” Al-Azhar mentioned in a sequence of tweets.

Saudi Arabia “categorically rejected extremist acts” whereas “stressing the significance of avoiding all practices which generate hatred, violence and extremism,” state information company SPA mentioned. 

The Emirati Minister of State for Overseas Affairs Anwar Gargash commemorated Islam’s Prophet’s birthday, marked on Thursday, saying: “On this cherished reminiscence, we affirm that the discourse of violence and extremism doesn’t symbolize us.”

3 hr 35 min in the past

France reels from one other suspected terror assault, after years of violence on its streets

Thursday’s knife assault in Good has been described as a “terrorist” incident by the town’s mayor, and France’s anti-terrorism prosecutor has taken on the investigation.

The incident marks mark the newest in France’s darkish current historical past of assaults.

In January 2015, a complete of 17 people were killed in attacks on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, and ensuing shootouts at a kosher grocery story and the Paris suburb of Montrouge.

Armed gunmen face police officers near the offices of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo during the attack in Paris, on January 7, 2015.
Armed gunmen face law enforcement officials close to the workplaces of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in the course of the assault in Paris, on January 7, 2015. Anne Gelbard/AFP/Getty Photos

Twelve of those that died have been shot when brothers Mentioned and Chérif Kouachi pressured their manner into the Charlie Hebdo constructing and opened hearth throughout its editorial assembly. The victims included the journal’s editor, Stephane “Charb” Charbonnier, a number of cartoonists and columnists, and a safety officer assigned to guard Charb, who had been the goal of threats over the journal’s publication, in 2006, of cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed.

Depictions of Islam’s prophet are thought-about blasphemous by many Muslims. The illustrations — initially printed by a Danish newspaper in 2005 — prompted the brothers to assault the Charlie Hebdo workplaces.

Paris noticed extra stunning violence in November 2015, when attackers armed with assault rifles and explosives focused six areas throughout the town within the deadliest assault in France since World Warfare II.

ISIS claimed duty for the violence, which killed a complete of 130 individuals and wounded an additional 494. Seven areas have been focused, together with the Bataclan theater and the Stade de France soccer stadium.

In subsequent years, plenty of assaults utilizing autos have taken place throughout the nation. A July 2016 truck ramming attack in Nice, the identical metropolis struck by violence on Thursday, killed 86 individuals as they celebrated Bastille Day.

In December 2018, 5 individuals have been killed in a capturing at a Christmas market in Strasbourg. The shooter, Cherif Chekatt, was recognized to jail officers for being radicalized and for his proselytizing conduct in detention in 2015. An additional 4 individuals have been stabbed in October 2019 at a police headquarters in Paris.

And earlier this month, a trainer, Samuel Paty, was beheaded in Paris. The nation remains to be mourning the slaying of Paty, who was focused after he used caricatures of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad throughout a lesson.

3 hr 42 min in the past

Macron arrives at scene of Good assault

French President Emmanuel Macron visits the scene of the knife attack in Nice.
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the scene of the knife assault in Good. Eric Gaillard/Pool/AFP/Getty Photos

French President Emmanuel Macron has arrived at Notre Dame de Good, the church the place three individuals have been killed in a knife assault Thursday morning.

Macron has been accompanied by the Inside Minister Gérald Darmanin, Justice Minister Eric Dupond-Moretti, anti-terror prosecutor Jean-François Ricard and Mgr Éric de Moulins-Beaufort, President of the French Bishops’ Council (CEF), the president’s workplace mentioned.

Macron’s workplace additionally mentioned he would meet safety personnel and rescue groups on the scene, in addition to Good mayor Christian Estrosi and parliament representatives Cédric Roussel and Eric Ciotti.

4 hr 13 min in the past

Pope praying for victims of Good assault, Vatican says

Pope Francis is pictured during the general audience at Vatican City, on October 28.
Pope Francis is pictured in the course of the basic viewers at Vatican Metropolis, on October 28. Vatican Media Handout/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock

Pope Francis is praying for victims of the lethal knife assault in Good, the Vatican mentioned in an announcement on Thursday.

“Terrorism and violence can by no means be accepted,” the assertion learn. “Right now’s assault has sown loss of life in a spot of affection and comfort.”

The Vatican mentioned the Pope has been knowledgeable of the state of affairs and “is near the grieving Catholic group.”

The Pope prays “that the beloved French individuals can react to evil with good,” the assertion mentioned.

4 hr 29 min in the past

Good assault is second main incident in France in two weeks, and comes amid rising tensions

A police officer stands in front of a portrait of Samuel Paty, in Montpellier, France, on October 21. Paty was killed earlier this month.
A police officer stands in entrance of a portrait of Samuel Paty, in Montpellier, France, on October 21. Paty was killed earlier this month. Pascal Guyot/AFP/Getty Photos

The knife assault in Good is the second main incident in France in simply 13 days, coming with the nation nonetheless reeling from the slaying of a trainer, Samuel Paty, who was beheaded after utilizing caricatures of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad throughout a lesson.

Abdoullakh Abouyezidovitch, an 18-year-old Chechen refugee, took credit score for the beheading of Paty, 47, who taught historical past and geography at a faculty in Paris. Police killed the teenager in Éragny, the identical Paris suburb the place Paty’s physique was discovered.

Paty had taught a category on freedom of expression, throughout which he used caricatures of the prophet taken from Charlie Hebdo, sparking controversy within the weeks previous his loss of life, authorities mentioned.

His homicide prompted France’s long-simmering tensions over secularism, Islamism and religious equality to once more erupt into public view — 5 years after a bloodbath on the workplaces of satirical journal Charlie Hebdo, which had beforehand printed controversial cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed.

President Macron paid tribute to the trainer, whom he mentioned was “killed as a result of he was instructing college students freedom of speech, the liberty to consider and never consider.” Hundreds gathered to have a good time free speech and decry violence in plenty of demonstrations throughout the nation.

However a world flare-up over the remedy of Muslims in France broke out after the assault.

Turkey has been notably vital of Macron’s dealing with of tensions within the nation, saying on Wednesday that “we’re going by way of a time during which anti-Islam and Muslim hatred is spreading like most cancers amongst leaders in Europe.”

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan additionally mentioned up to now week that Macron wants “psychological remedy” over his angle in the direction of Muslims in France, prompting the French authorities to withdraw its ambassador from Ankara.

The Turkish Overseas Ministry condemned Thursday’s assault in Good, saying: “There is no such thing as a motive that may justify killing an individual or justify violence. It’s clear that those that organized such a brutal assault in a holy place of worship should not have any spiritual, humanitarian and ethical values.”

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