A man was shot after he tried to attack French soldiers outside the world famous Louvre museum. The attacker was severely injured. His identity is not known yet.
Police in Paris killed a man after he stabbed others in the French capital. Judicial sources said the attacker had been on a police list as a risk to national security.
Mireille Knoll survived anti-Jewish purges in Paris during World War II, but was stabbed and burnt to death on the anniversary of a similar case. France's Jewish population has warned of increasing anti-Semitism.
A man killed three people and injured others before being shot dead in what French President Macron called an "Islamist terrorist attack." A policeman who swapped places with a hostage has also died of his injuries.
Lieutenant Colonel Arnaud Beltrame had offered himself in place of a woman whom the attacker was using as a human shield. The attacker, Redouane Lakdim, had been on a list of terror suspects since 2014.
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