A truck rammed into a crowd watching Bastille Day fireworks in the southern French city of Nice on July 14, killing at least 84 people, with more fighting for their lives.
As French leaders gathered to honor the victims of the truck attack in Nice, they were met by boos and jeers from a crowd fed up with the government’s inability to prevent terrorist attacks.
Citizens from 27 countries are among the casualties of the recent terrorist attack in a French city of Nice, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said Monday.
France’s main opposition party, the Republicans, demanded on Monday that the Socialist government set up a parliamentary commission to inquire into events leading up to the Nice tragedy.
The number of Russian nationals injured in the deadly terrorist attack in Nice has risen to five, the Russian consular general in France's Marseille said.
It is necessary to review the French security system as a whole in order to prevent terrorist attacks like the one that took place in Nice and ensure safety in the country, an officer of French special forces unit (compagnie républicaine de sécurité - CRS) told Sputnik.
The General Investigations and Special Operations Division (Digos) of police in the south Italian city of Bari has launched a probe into several people of Tunisian origin who were allegedly in contact over the phone with a person behind the terrorist attack in Nice, local media reported Monday.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls was booed and whistled at by a crowd during a memorial ceremony in the southern resort city of Nice, local media reported Monday.
Following the terrorist attack in Nice on July 14 which left at least 84 people dead, France is considering closer cooperation with Russia and no longer insisting on the immediate resignation of Bashar al-Assad as president of Syria, according to Izvestia newspaper.
As many as 42,000 people gathered on Nice's Promenade des Anglais on Monday to mourn the victims of last week's terrorist attack there, President of the Regional Council of Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur Christian Estrosi said.
French police have detained a person who had received a text from the Nice attacker asking for more weapons, a Paris prosecutor said.
Just hours after French President Francois Hollande announced that the long-standing state of emergency was to be lifted on July 26, a man drove a truck down the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, killing 84 people in the third major terrorist massacre in France in less than two years.
The police have not yet established the links between the Nice truck attacker and Daesh terrorists, French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said Monday.
French authorities search Nice attackers home and find disturbing information on the atrocity that led to the killing of 84 people.
In the wake of Thursday night’s deadly truck attack in Nice, Djordje Kuzmanovic, a military expert and the head of defense affairs at the French Left Party, has outlined a list of urgent measures that need to be taken against the scourge of terrorism.
Over 60 percent of French nationals do not trust President Francois Hollande and the country’s government in the measures implemented to fight and defeat terrorism, a poll conducted days after the Nice terror attack revealed.
Following Thursday’s Bastille Day carnage in Nice, French ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy came down hard on the government for its failure to tackle the terrorist threat, L’Express wrote citing television reports.
One Russian citizen confirmed dead and another missing after a deadly truck attack in Nice.
France is mourning for the victims of Nice truck attack. Hundreds of people have gathered at a memorial spot in Nice to honor the victims of a devastating terrorist attack that killed at least 84 people.
Four citizens of Kazakhstan, including a child, were among the 84 victims of Thursday's terrorist attack in the the French city of Nice, Kazakhstan's Foreign Ministry said Sunday.
Mohammed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, who killed 84 people in the French city of Nice, sent a message 15 minutes before the attack, asking to bring more weapons, BFMTV reported Sunday.
In the wake of Thursday night’s deadly truck attack in Nice, Radio Sputnik asked Alain Rodier, deputy head of the French Center for Intelligence Studies, to speak about existing methods of fighting terrorism and ways to make this fight more efficient.