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Man On Jihadist Watchlist Rams Car Loaded With Guns Into Police Van In Paris: Sources


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A 31-year-old man on a jihadist watchlist rammed a car loaded with guns and a gas bottle into a police van on the Champs-Elysees Monday but inflicted no casualties, in the latest of a string of attacks in Paris, sources said.

The assailant died in the incident, although investigators offered no immediate details about the cause. There has been no claim of responsibility for the assault.

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Swedish terror suspect ‘planned airport attack’


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Swedish national Osama Krayem, linked to the deadly attacks in Paris on November 13 and in Brussels on March 22, is now suspected of having plotted to attack also the Schiphol airport in the Netherlands.

    Twenty-four-year-old Krayem, from Malmö, in southern Sweden, was charged in Brussels earlier this year over his links to the terror cell that carried out the attacks in the French and Belgian capitals in 2015 and 2016 and in which 162 people were killed. On Thursday, a Belgian court ruled to extend Krayem’s detention by another two months.

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    NSA helped Belgium during investigation, led to arrest of Paris attacker


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    Belgian security officials reportedly turned to the National Security Agency (NSA) for assistance during an investigation that led to the arrest of one of the accused Paris terrorists. Data provided to the Belgian authorities by the U.S. intelligence agency led to the arrest of Salah Abdeslam, an individual accused of involvement in the November 2015 Paris attacks, according to aBuzzFeed report.

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    Abandoned luggage sparks evacuation at Eiffel Tower


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    The iconic Eiffel Tower in Paris has been evacuated after security services spotted an abandoned piece of luggage, French outlet BFMTV reports. Visitors have been posting pictures online of police cordoning off the entrance.

    According to BMFTV, a backpack was the likely trigger of the evacuation.

    People posted pictures of a heavy security presence at the monument, saying law enforcers were ”are all over” the place. Soldiers and police armed with assault rifles were spotted in front of the Eiffel Tower’s entrance.

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    Paris bombings suspects extradited to France from Austria


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    Two alleged members of the Islamic State cell that carried out attacks on Paris in November have been extradited to France and reportedly charged with terrorism.

    The men were arrested in December in Austria.

    Algerian Adel Haddadi, 29 and Pakistani, Mohamad Usman Gani, 35 were arrested at a migrant centre.

    Investigators believe they travelled with the Paris attackers to Greece and were possible co-conspirators.

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    France's intelligence chief predicts attacks with booby-trapped cars


    France's intelligence chief believes that Islamist extremists like those who carried out two waves of attacks in Paris last year will look to increase their capacity to kill by using booby-trapped cars and bombs.

    The remarks by Patrick Calvar, testifying before a parliamentary commission examining French means to fight terrorism, were published on Tuesday in a 300-page report.

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    Belgian judge extends detention of Abrini, five other Paris attacks suspects


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    A Belgian judge ruled to extend by one month the detention of six suspects being held in connection with the November 13 attacks in and around Paris, which claimed the lives of 130 people.

    The judge’s decision was announced in a communiqué from the Belgian federal prosecutor’s office on Thursday.

    Mohamed Abrini, 31, who is also under investigation for suspected links to the March 22 suicide bombings in Brussels, is among the suspects being held.

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