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'Terrorist' attack on Nice: The attackers arrived in France only a month ago

It has been revealed that the attackers of the 'terrorist' attack in the French city of Nice have arrived in France only this month. Brahim Ausaui, a 21-year-old Tunisian national, entered Europe by boat last month.

According to eyewitnesses, he entered Notre Dame Church with a 12-inch long sharp weapon. He beheaded an old woman there. He then murdered Vincens Loquez, 54. Simon Barota Silva, 44, who was injured in the attack, fled to a nearby restaurant. There she lost her life.

Police fired 14 rounds at Brahim, who said, "Allah-hu-Akbar." Police said that he was taken under control and admitted to the hospital.

According to police, Brahim had entered the city by train at around 6.30 am. According to CCTV footage, he then changed clothes and arrived at the church at 8.30am, where he spent half an hour.

Brahim arrived on the Italian island of Lampedusa on September 20. He arrived in Paris on October 9.

Al-Qaeda has warned of further attacks, saying it would wage "jihad" after a magazine called Chali Hebdo published cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. Just a few days ago, a teacher was brutally murdered for showing the cartoon to students. Security has been beefed up in France in anticipation of a possible terrorist attack.

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