Good Church Attack: Third Victim Name Nadine Devillers | World News

Nadine Devillers, named as the third victim of the Nice knife attack. Pic Christian Estrosi

The third victim of the Nice church attack was 60-year-old Nadine Devillers.

The mayor of Nice Christian Astrosi made the announcement on social media on Saturday morning.

The other two victims Of attack The mother of Simon Barreto-Silva, 44, and Vincent Locks, a 55-year-old church worker, were three.

It comes as Reuters reports that a third person has been arrested in connection with the killings at Notre Dame Church.

The man is said to be a 35-year-old Nice resident who was suspected of meeting the alleged attacker the day before the atrocity.

The latest arrests were made on Friday, a police source told Reuters.

The Two were arrested earlier The suspects were 21-year-old Brahm Ausai and a 47-year-old man who was detained on suspicion of having contact with Oisai.

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The mourners gathered at the place of the good attack

French President Emmanuel Macron has deployed thousands of troops, including places of worship and post-attack schools.

Aouissaoui, unaware of the security services, arrived in Europe by boat last month.

In France, tensions are running high around a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad, which Muslims have described as insulting.

The attack in Nice came two weeks later Samuel Patty – A teacher in Paris – 18-year-old Chechen was cut off after students were shown a cartoon in a text on freedom of expression.

French President Emmanuel Macron is watching as he talks to the media during a meeting on October 29, 2020 at the Notre Dame Church in Nice, France.
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French President Emmanuel Macron says his country will “give no basis”

Protests erupted around the world in countries such as Lebanon, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Somalia, demanding a boycott of French products.

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In the aftermath of the attack, President Macron said the country was “targeted for our values, our taste for freedom, our ability to believe in freedom on earth.”

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