Terror in Nice Leads France to Mourn Again

Eight months after a murderous rampage in Paris, a deadly attack in the coastal city of Nice on Bastille Day left at least 84 people dead and scores injured, threatening to throw a still-traumatized France into a tailspin and raising terror alarms across Europe. Television and amateur video images showed a truck plowing into a late-night crowd of revelers in the southeastern French city, leaving people sprawled in its path and hundreds fleeing, including some pushing strollers. More than a dozen children were among the dead. The rampage, which ended after the driver was shot to death by the police, forced President Francois Hollande to call up military reserves and extend the state of emergency that he had intended to let lapse.

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