1 August 2017
*New appointments at Groupe ADP*
*Augustin de Romanet, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Groupe ADP,* announces the following appointments:
Franck Mereyde.. GlobeNewswire
French anti-terrorism judges have charged two men suspected of involvement in supplying a weapon to the gunman killed at Paris's Orly airport after attacking soldiers, a judicial source said today. Zee News Also reported by •News24 •DNA
Trump himself has remained out of sight since returning late Saturday from Hamburg, where he attended a high-stakes Group of 20 summit and met with several foreign leaders, including Russian President.. Source: Wochit News -
Video has emerged of last weekend’s attack at a Paris airport, when an armed man briefly took a soldier hostage before being shot dead. The Associated Press obtained the footage of the drama at Orly.. Source: Euronews English -
"He was holding soldier by neck" - eyewitnesses to Paris-Orly attack - BBC NewsEyewitnesses speak about the Paris-Orly airport attack where a man was shot dead after he tried to grab.. Source: Rumble -
*Paris:* At least three people were injured after a gunman opened fire outside a metro station in the city of Lille in northern France, days after the attack in London.
Armed police rushed to the.. Mid-Day
Saturday Paris: Troops at Paris' Orly airport today shot dead a man who tried to grab a female soldier's weapon saying he was ready to die for Allah, triggering a major security alert that caused.. DNA
We committed a quiet little war crime the other day. Forty-plus people are dead, taken out with Hellfire missiles while they were praying.
Or maybe not. Maybe they were just insurgents. The.. Huffington Post
The Associated Press reported Tuesday two people have been detained on suspicion of being connected to an incident involving attacks on French soldiers guarding Paris’ Orly airport on Saturday. The.. WorldNews
Two people have been detained on suspicion of involvement in providing a weapon to a Frenchman who was shot to death after attacking soldiers guarding Paris' Orly airport. DNA Also reported by •VOA News