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Paris Orly airport gunman vowed to "die for Allah" before he was shot dead by soldiers

Daily Record Saturday, 18 March 2017 ()
Paris Orly airport gunman vowed to die for Allah before he was shot dead by soldiersFrench authorities have named the attacker who stormed the airport with an air gun and a petrol can
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Airport guards shot the gunman who pointed a gun at French female soldier at Orly Airport and shouted, "I am here to die in the name of Allah...there will be deaths." None of the soldiers involved in the incident were injured, according to Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins. The assailant, identified...

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