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Asesinado un sacerdote durante el asalto a una iglesia en Normandía


Abatidos por la Policía los dos secuestradores









Al menos uno de los hasta cinco rehenes que dos hombres armados con cuchillos han tomado este martes en una iglesia de Normandía, en el norte de Francia, ha muerto, según ha confirmado la Policía, precisando que ha sido atacado con una espada.

La Policía ha confirmado que los dos secuestradores, que entraron en la iglesia de Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray han sido "neutralizados". El ministro del Interior, Bernard Cazeneuve, y el presidente francés, Franois Hollande, se están trasladando al lugar de los hechos, según los medios locales.

Según el diario 'Le Parisien', el fallecido sería el cura. Los hechos habían comenzado en torno a las 10:00 horas, cuando los dos hombres entraron por la parte posterior de la iglesia durante la misa y cerraron las puertas, reteniendo en el interior al cura, dos monjas y dos feligreses. Ep

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Abatidos dos hombres que se habían atrincherado con rehenes en una iglesia de Normandía

26.07.2016 - 11:18h • 20MINUTOS.ES

•La 'RTL' francesa informa de varios disparos y heridos en el lugar.
•El diario 'Le Figaro'asegura que entre los secuestrados se encontraban un sacerdote, dos religiosas y dos fieles; una religiosa dio la voz de alarma.
•Los autores portaban armas blancas; al menos podría haber una víctima, según fuentes policiales, pero oficialmente aún no hay un balance.
 
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14:37 26.07.2016(updated 14:50 26.07.2016) Get short URL
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French Presiden Francois Hollande said that hostage crisis in northern Normandy region is a terrorist attack, the two knifemen had links with Daesh.



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Armed Men Who Took Hostages in French Church Kill Priest Before Being Detained
Earlier in the day, two armed men took five people hostage at the Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray church in the Seine-Maritime commune.


According to the France Info news outlet, both attackers have been killed by the law enforcement.

The BFMTV broadcaster later reported that the dead hostage was a priest.

Visitint the scene of the attack Francois Hollande said that two man 'claimed to be Daesh'.

The president also expresses support to catholics in France sying that'all catholics were attacked'.

Earlier, Pope Francis has expressed his horror at the 'barbaric killing' of the priest during the incident.

"The pope… shares the pain and horror of this absurd violence," Vatican spokesman Federico Lombardi said as cited by AFP, adding that the attack created "immense pain and worry".

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French President Francois Hollande rushed to the scene of the latest terror alert after two assailants were killed by police after taking hostages - including a priest and nuns - at a church in northern France.
A police source said that one of the hostages — an 84-year-old priest —had been killed with a blade in the attack which took place in the Normandy town of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, south of Rouen. Police say both hostage-takers were killed.
Meanwhile, Hollande is facing growing pressure over alleged security failures that led to 84 people being killed in Nice, July 14, when Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel ploughed a 19-ton truck into a crown gathered on the city's Promenade des Anglais.

The French president is under pressure to explain a series of security failures in Nice, with a local policewoman alleging that the interior ministry had harassed her into reporting that the national police had been deployed alongside local police in Nice on the night of the lorry attack.

Interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve, however, denied the allegation while Prime Minister Manuel Valls described the scandal as a "political polemic aimed at destabilizing the government." Valls was booed at a memorial service for the victims of the Nice attack.

Intel Failures

There had been criticism that the national police were not actually deployed and that only a small force of local police were protecting the entrance to the pedestrianized zone, allowing the driver to plow straight into the crowd.

The driver of the 19-ton truck plowed into crowds along the promenade in Nice, despite heavy vehicles being banned on public holidays in France and those over 3.5 tons being barred from the promenade all year round.

A man kneels and holds his head on July 15, 2016 in front of flowers placed near the site in Nice where a gunman smashed a truck into a crowd of revellers celebrating Bastille Day, killing at least 84 people.
Cazeneuve initially said "national police were present and very present on the Promenade des Anglais" and that their cars were blocking the entrance to the promenade. However, he later admitted only local police, who are more lightly armed than national police, were guarding the entrance to the area.

According to the Liberation newspaper, only one local police car was stationed at the entrance to the promenade. Cazeneuve has ordered an inquiry into the security at the event and the reasons why the attacker was able to drive to the area several times before being able to mow down scores of people.

The latest attack will pile pressure on Hollande, Valls and Cazeneuve to increase security on the streets of France and promote greater cooperation between its municipal and national police, as well as the security services.

Outside of the police, France has seven different intelligence agencies: the DGSE [General Directorate for External Security] and the DGSI [General Directorate for Internal Security], as well as another five agencies that work in various technical and specialist fields. The separate organizations work in silos, meaning that intelligence on potential attackers is often not passed on.


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5:19 26.07.2016(updated 15:25 26.07.2016) Get short URL
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The Daesh terrorist group has claimed responsibility for hostage taking in a church in France's Normandy which resulted in the death of an 86-year-old priest.
Earlier in the day, two armed men took five people hostage at the Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray church in the Seine-Maritime commune.

According to the France Info news outlet, both attackers have been killed by the law enforcement.

The BFMTV broadcaster later reported that the dead hostage was a priest.

French President Francois Hollande has met with the family of the deceased and expressed his support for all Catholics.

"Catholics have been attacked, all Catholics, but also all the French," Hollande said, adding the nation must stand united.

Earlier, Pope Francis has expressed his horror at the 'barbaric killing' of the priest during the incident.

"The pope… shares the pain and horror of this absurd violence," Vatican spokesman Federico Lombardi said as cited by AFP, adding that the attack created "immense pain and worry".

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Parece que este mes la orden de nuestros hermanos musulmanes a quienes debemos seguir dando refugio, faltaría plus, es matarnos a base de armas blancas. Si no encontrasen una lo suficientemente efectiva echar mano de un camioncito que hace más daño. De preferencia degollarnos en la sala de espera del doctor, comiendo con los niños en McDonald's o yendo a misa.

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