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France: Manhunt underway for man “known to police” who opened fire at Christmas market, killing two

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No information has been released on the gunman, but we have seen jihadis attack Christmas markets before — remember the vehicular jihad attack in Berlin. This fits the jihadi MBO.

“Suspected gunman identified with manhunt underway after French Christmas market attack,” by Clark Mindock and Clémence Michallon, Independent, December 11, 2018:

At least one person has been killed and a number of others injured after somebody opened fire near a Christmas market in the French city of Strasbourg, according to the local fire department.

The French Interior Ministry called on the public to remain indoors amid the “serious security event” in the city.

Here’s the latest email update sent to European Parliament staff, who are currently trapped inside during the lockdown. The email was provided to The Independent‘s Europe correspondent, Jon Stone.

The death toll has been modified yet again: Two are dead and 11 people are critically wounded, according to AFP.

The French Interior Minister says that two people have been killed in the shooting in Strasbourg. That’s up from the one previously reported.
It is not clear if the second person is among those who had previously identified as injured.

The French Interior Minister says that the gunman has been identified because he was previously known to police.

The Christmas market was being held amid tight security this year, with unauthorised vehicles banned from surrounding streets during opening hours and checkpoints set up on bridges and access points to search pedestrians’ bags, according to Reuters.

Officials in the region have confirmed that 10 people were injured and one has died in the shooting in Strasbourg, which began around 8pm local time.
Police are urging people to remain in their homes and secure in the Neudorf and Par de L’étoile areas of the city.

The message also says that officials have identified the shooter and are “actively searching” for the individual….

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