ISIS Claims Responsibility in Paris Police Shooting Attack
"Another terrorist attack in Paris. Immediately a man got out and fired on the police vehicle, mortally wounding a police officer", Brandet said.
According to French officials, the attacker had already served jail-time in 2000's for attacking police officials with a gun.
One officer was killed and the gunman fled on foot.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau posted a message on Twitter late Thursday saying "Canada stands with France, as we always will, against terror".
On Friday, French authorities said a suspect sought by Belgium police, who was suspected of having planned to travel to France on Thursday, had handed himself in at a police station in the Belgian city of Antwerp.
French President Francois Hollande promised "absolute vigilance, particularly with regard to the electoral process" and paid tribute to the police.
Now, it remains empty and heavily guarded by armed security forces and police.
On Thursday, speaking after a television appearance, she said she was "deeply angry" as well as sad for the police victims "because not everything is done.to protect our compatriots".
French people still haunted by a series of terrorist atrocities carried out by attackers with foreign links or allegiance to IS terrorism.
"I am deeply sad tonight", said the president.
Police have searched a home in a suburb east of Paris believed linked to the attack on police on the Champs-Elysees. Belgian security officials had warned French counterparts before the attack that El Osri was a "very risky individual en route to France" aboard the Thalys high-speed train. Parliament voted in December to extend the extraordinary provisions to ensure the protection of upcoming presidential and general elections.
A vehicle pulled up alongside a police bus just before 21:00 (19:00 GMT) and a man got out, opening fire on the bus with an automatic weapon, Interior Ministry spokesman Pierre-Henry Brandet said. The two men are suspected of planning an attack to disrupt the campaign.
US President Donald Trump said: 'It looks like another terrorist attack. What can you say?
Major attacks in France targeted the Charlie Hebdo magazine in January 2015, sites around Paris including the Bataclan concert hall in November the same year and families at a fireworks display in Nice in July last year.
On the iconic avenue in the heart of Paris, municipal workers in white hygiene suits were out before dawn Friday to wash down the sidewalk where the assault took place - a scene now depressingly familiar after multiple attacks that have killed more than 230 people in France in little over two years.
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Leading presidential candidates have urged greater counterterrorism measures in a campaign already under a state of emergency. Meanwhile, French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve has shown solidarity with the policeman, who was killed in the shooting.
"We are quite surprised that such petitions are filed for properties that are in the United States and the United Kingdom". The gem is the subject of a historic ownership dispute and has been claimed by at least four countries, including India.
There were also late-night barricades and some looting in Caracas' middle class neighbourhood of El Paraiso on Wednesday night. The government said those taking to the streets were "terrorists" who were plotting to oust the president in a coup.
With the home crowd on their side, the Black Cats managed to come back from one down in the first half with a goal by Khazri. The club's goal drought ended after 701 tortuous minutes when Wahbi Khazri's corner caught the win and flew in.
The ambassador's letter comes after Trump weighed-in on the dispute during a visit to a Kenosha manufacturing company Tuesday. Trump, who was elected with the help of strong rural support, has pledged to renegotiate NAFTA to help US industry.
Cameron Erving, the 2015 first-round pick, failed at center past year but will get the chance to compete for the right tackle job. With the need for a quarterback glaring, the Browns find themselves once again trying to find their franchise signal caller.
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In Game 2 the margin was less drastic (43-38), but still apparent with the Bulls grabbing five more defensive rebounds. Well, the Bulls are coming home to the United Center for Game 3 on Friday night and Game 4 with a 2-0 series lead.
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North Korea Denounces US as Naval Armada Approaches
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The governor kept his remarks uncharacteristically brief. "So the President's well aware of my point of view on this project". What neither he nor Sen. "We're teetering every single day on the brink of truly a traffic Armageddon", Booker said.