Deadly hostage-taking in France likely a terrorist act, president says

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Gunman shot dead in French supermarket ‘terror attack’
And that is probably why you see all these pictures of Benya with all sorts of "authorities", "pissing in his pants" in self pride and smiling with his childish, if not degenerate smile of an orgasm of "achievement". Then WHO is "surrendering" to whom here? But he does not even use the term ZioNazi satanists , even after he informed that he intends to use precisely the term ZioNazi to classify the "Khazarian mafia". From then on, this branch simply withers away and can no longer produce any fruits. Who was the French supermarket gunman? Yet Lakdim reportedly shouted 'Allahu Akbar' God is greatest as he stormed a supermarket and took hostages in an attack that was later claimed by the Islamic State group.

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A mass and a vigil in honor of the four victims will take place in the church of St-Etienne de Trèbes at 6. French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe lays a white rose on a coffin of one of the three people killed in the terrorist attack.

Beltrame will have his private funeral at 11 am in the Cathedral Saint-Michel of Carcassonne, in a mass performed bishop Alain Planet, then be buried in Ferrals, in the Corbières, where he lived with his wife since last summer. A mass and a vigil in honor of the four victims will also take place in the church of St-Etienne de Trèbes at 6.

President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday hailed Beltrame as the symbol of the 'French spirit of resistance' at a huge public memorial in Paris. The year-old's coffin was carried in a procession from Paris' Pantheon to a ceremony at Hotel des Invalides, where he was posthumously awarded the Legion of Honor for his bravery.

In his eulogy to the murdered cop, President Macron said: The French leader vowed to ensure 'he will not have died in vain,' ,' urging the nation to be vigilant in the face of an 'insidious' jihadist threat. Lakdim, who claimed allegiance to ISIS, had already shot dead the passenger of a car he hijacked in nearby Carcassonne, before driving to the supermarket and killing two more people there.

Beltrame hoped to be able to negotiate with the year-old, but Lakdim stabbed him in the throat and the officer died of his wounds the next morning. A total of four men were murdered in the attacks around Carcassonne before Lakdim himself was gunned down by special forces GIGN police.

Prior to the attack: Redouane Lakdim, believed to be of Moroccan descent, was flagged to intelligence services and appeared in a database of radicalised militants. He was also known to authorities for petty crimes including drug dealing. Lakdim was incarcerated in Carcassonne some time in , according to Le Parisien , though it is unclear what for.

The paper also reports he was very active on Salafist networks online and was suspected of having made a trip to Syria, though it is not known when. Morning, Friday March Lakdim, who reportedly lived with his mother and three or four sisters in Carcassonne, is seen walking his little sister to school. Some time before 11am: Lakdim hijacks a car somewhere in his home town of Carcassonne.

Passenger Jean Mazieres is shot in the head and killed while the driver is wounded before the terrorist drives away. The attacker opens fire on four policemen jogging near the edge of town. One officer is wounded after being hit in the shoulder. Bullets also strike a nearby car, shattering the back window. Lakdim escapes in the stolen vehicle. If that doesn't make him a hero, I don't know what would," Beltrame's brother, Cedric, said in a radio interview Saturday.

Beltrame joined the elite police special forces in and served in Iraq in People were placing flowers in front of the Gendarmerie headquarters in Carcassone to pay tribute to the fallen officer. Arnaud Beltrame served in Iraq and joined the elite police special forces in The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack, the deadliest since Macron became president last May.

Macron said investigators will focus on establishing how the gunman, identified as Morocco-born Redouane Lakdim, got his weapon and how he became radicalized.

Lakdim was known to police for petty crime and drug dealing. But he was also under surveillance and since was on the so-called Fiche S list, a government register of individuals suspected of being radicalized but who have yet to perform acts of terrorism.

The series of events appeared to begin when Lakdim hijacked a car near the medieval city of Carcassonne Friday morning, killing one person in the vehicle and injuring another. Yves Lefebvre, the secretary general of SGP Police-FO police union, said Lakdim then fired at least six shots at a group of police officers who were returning from a jog nearby. He said the officers were wearing athletic clothes with police insignias. The police were wearing athletic clothes with police insignia.

One officer was shot in the shoulder, but the injury was not serious, Lefebvre said. Special police units converged on the scene and authorities blocked roads and urged residents to stay away. Police were able to evacuate some of the approximately 50 shoppers from supermarket. One officer offered himself up in a hostage swap and was seriously injured, Collomb said.

The officer managed to leave his cellphone switched on after the swap, establishing contact with officers outside the supermarket. Collomb did not say how the police officer was wounded. The officer was identified as Col. He said two other officers were wounded during the assault.

Christian Guibbert told reporters "we heard an explosion, well, several explosions.

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