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Don't underestimate Islamic State. More atrocities are on their way - The Guardian;

Don't underestimate Islamic State. More atrocities are on their way - The Guardian

The GuardianDon't underestimate Islamic State. More atrocities are on their wayThe Guardian'The Nice truck driver Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel was clearly not troubled by the humanity of those unfortunates who perished under the wheels of his truck.' Photograph: Eric Gaillard/Reuters. Islamic State · Opinion ...and more »

Five people to appear in French court over links to Nice attacker - The Guardian;

Five people to appear in French court over links to Nice attacker - The Guardian

The GuardianFive people to appear in French court over links to Nice attackerThe GuardianPeople survey flowers and tributes left for the 84 victims of the Bastille Day truck attack in Nice, France. Photograph: Imago/Barcroft Images. Bastille Day truck attack. Five people to appear in French court over links to Nice attacker. Four men and ...and more »

French lawmakers extend state of emergency after Nice attack - Reuters;

French lawmakers extend state of emergency after Nice attack - Reuters

ReutersFrench lawmakers extend state of emergency after Nice attackReutersFrench Prime Minister Manuel Valls is seen before the questions to the government session at the National Assembly in Paris, France, July 20, 2016. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer. 1/5. left. right. Policemen patrol during the opening day of the Paris Plages ...and more »

Nice attack one week on: share your stories - The Guardian;

Nice attack one week on: share your stories - The Guardian

The GuardianNice attack one week on: share your storiesThe GuardianPeople look at flowers and messages placed along the beach of the Promenade des Anglais in Nice. Photograph: Claude Paris/AP. Bastille Day truck attack. Nice attack one week on: share your stories. If you live in Nice, we want to hear your perspectives ...and more »

Nice attacker Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel took selfies with truck used to kill 84 people - International Business Times UK;

Nice attacker Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel took selfies with truck used to kill 84 people - International Business Times UK

International Business Times UKNice attacker Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel took selfies with truck used to kill 84 peopleInternational Business Times UKNice truck attacker Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel took a series of selfies with his truck prior to his deadly attack on dozens of people celebrating Bastille Day in the southern French city of Nice, it has emerged. Ten children were among the 84 people ...and more »

France's national assembly votes to extend state of emergency - The Guardian;

France's national assembly votes to extend state of emergency - The Guardian

The GuardianFrance's national assembly votes to extend state of emergencyThe GuardianPeople light candles at a makeshift memorial on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice in tribute to the victims of the Bastille Day attack. Photograph: Valery Hache/AFP/Getty Images. Bastille Day truck attack ...and more »

With No Evidence Save Ethnicity, Media Says Nice Was Terror - Huffington Post;

With No Evidence Save Ethnicity, Media Says Nice Was Terror - Huffington Post

Huffington PostWith No Evidence Save Ethnicity, Media Says Nice Was TerrorHuffington PostIf the slightest doubt remained that Western media defines “terrorism” solely as violence committed by people of specific ethnic groups and cultures, the reaction to the lorry attack in Nice, France, should have completely erased it. On Thursday, July ...and more »

Nice attacker posed for selfies in truck used to kill 84 people - The Guardian;

Nice attacker posed for selfies in truck used to kill 84 people - The Guardian

The GuardianNice attacker posed for selfies in truck used to kill 84 peopleThe GuardianMohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel and an unidentified man in the truck used in the Nice attack. Photograph: TF1. Bastille Day truck attack. Nice attacker posed for selfies in truck used to kill 84 people. Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel seen smiling and giving the ...and more »

Nice was a tipping point. France needs real action on terrorism now - The Guardian;

Nice was a tipping point. France needs real action on terrorism now - The Guardian

The GuardianNice was a tipping point. France needs real action on terrorism nowThe Guardian'The French prime minister, Manuel Valls, displayed a clear lack of leadership at a time when the people needed more: they needed to be, and to feel, protected.' Photograph: SIPA/Rex/Shutterstock. Bastille Day truck attack · Opinion ...and more »

Nice attack: No link found between Isis and Bastille Day attacker, says French interior minister - The Independent;

Nice attack: No link found between Isis and Bastille Day attacker, says French interior minister - The Independent

The IndependentNice attack: No link found between Isis and Bastille Day attacker, says French interior ministerThe IndependentThe French interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve has said there is no evidence linking Isis to the Bastille Day attacks in Nice, despite the terror group claiming responsibility. The Amaq news agency, the official media arm of the terror group, said in ...and more »

Attack on Nice: French PM Valls booed at commemoration - BBC News;

Attack on Nice: French PM Valls booed at commemoration - BBC News

BBC NewsAttack on Nice: French PM Valls booed at commemorationBBC NewsFrench Prime Minister Manuel Valls has been booed as he attended a minute's silence in Nice, where an attacker in a lorry killed 84 people on Thursday. Hecklers shouted out "murderer" and "resign" at him before the minute's silence, held across the nation.and more »

Nice attack: Ties to ISIS not yet established, official says - CNN;

Nice attack: Ties to ISIS not yet established, official says - CNN

CNNNice attack: Ties to ISIS not yet established, official saysCNNCorrection: In previous reporting regarding Mohammed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, the Nice, France, attacker, CNN quoted Corentin Delobel, a lawyer who said he had represented him in the past. Several French news outlets including CNN's affiliate, BFM, now ...and more »

Nice attacker Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel sent brother 'laughing' pic as he mingled with crowd - NEWS.com.au;

Nice attacker Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel sent brother 'laughing' pic as he mingled with crowd - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.auNice attacker Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel sent brother 'laughing' pic as he mingled with crowdNEWS.com.auTHE Tunisian man who killed at least 84 people in France by mowing down Bastille Day revellers with a lorry phoned his brother hours earlier and sent a picture of himself laughing as he mingled with the crowd, the brother has told Reuters. Mohamed ...and more »

French Intelligence Reform - Foreign Affairs;

French Intelligence Reform - Foreign Affairs

Foreign AffairsFrench Intelligence ReformForeign AffairsFrance is once again in a period of mourning. Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel's truck rampage on July 14 was the fifth Islamist terrorist attack in France that has led to a loss of life since January 2015. Nearly 150 people were killed in Islamist terror ...and more »

Nice attack: Who were the victims? - BBC News;

Nice attack: Who were the victims? - BBC News

BBC NewsNice attack: Who were the victims?BBC NewsChildren and adults, local residents and tourists were all among the dozens killed when a lorry ploughed into crowds on Nice's famous seafront Promenade des Anglais. Of the 86 who died, 10 were children and teenagers. A total of 303 people were taken ...and more »

Was the Nice attacker really an IS 'lone wolf'? - The Conversation US;

Was the Nice attacker really an IS 'lone wolf'? - The Conversation US

The Conversation USWas the Nice attacker really an IS 'lone wolf'?The Conversation USThis work was supported by MINERVA N000141310835 on "State Stability" and "Documenting the Virtual Caliphate" both under the auspices of the Office of Naval Research (ONR). The views and conclusions contained in this document are those of the ...and more »

Police and academics search Nice attacker's history for a motive - The Guardian;

Police and academics search Nice attacker's history for a motive - The Guardian

The GuardianPolice and academics search Nice attacker's history for a motiveThe GuardianWe know now that Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel, who killed 84 people and injured many more on Thursday evening in Nice, was, at 31, getting divorced and living in a working-class neighbourhood euphemistically described in the French press as “mixed”.and more »

Attacker in Nice 'radicalized very quickly,' French interior minister says - CNN

Attacker in Nice 'radicalized very quickly,' French interior minister saysCNN(CNN) The man who used a 20-ton truck to plow down hundreds of people in Nice this week, killing 84, somehow became rapidly radicalized and hadn't shown up on any anti-terrorist intelligence radar, French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said ...and more »

Nice terror attack: 'soldier of Islam' Bouhlel 'took drugs and used dating sites to pick up men and women' - Telegraph.co.uk;

Nice terror attack: 'soldier of Islam' Bouhlel 'took drugs and used dating sites to pick up men and women' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukNice terror attack: 'soldier of Islam' Bouhlel 'took drugs and used dating sites to pick up men and women'Telegraph.co.ukThe Bastille Day killer described by Isil as a "soldier of Islam" regularly used dating sites to pick up male and female lovers, it was claimed on Sunday night. Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel's mobile phone records suggest he used dating websites and ...and more »

Police arrest three in Nice as Islamic State claims truck attack - Reuters;

Police arrest three in Nice as Islamic State claims truck attack - Reuters

ReutersPolice arrest three in Nice as Islamic State claims truck attackReutersNICE, France Islamic State claimed responsibility on Saturday for the truck attack that killed at least 84 people celebrating Bastille Day in the French city of Nice and police arrested three more people there in connection with the seafront carnage ...and more »