At least eight injured by suspected bomb blast in Lyon

By REUTERS
May 24, 2019 19:49
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At least eight people were injured in a suspected bomb attack in central Lyon on Friday, French officials said.

The blast occurred around 5:30 pm local time in a pedestrian street in the city in central France. President Emmanuel Macron, who was beginning a broadcast address as news of the explosion broke, described the incident as an "attack" with no fatalities.
BFM TV reported the number of injured as 10, including one child. 

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