France: Car explosion near synagogue in Paris suburb is accident, not related to shooting

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January 7, 2015 17:32

 
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French media reported on Wednesday that a car explosion outside of a synagogue near Paris was not related to the terror attack at the Charlie Hebdo offices, which left 12 people dead and several others injured.

A car caught fire in the Paris suburb of Sarcelles on Wednesday near a synagogue, an event the city's mayor,  François Pupponi, called an "accident, not an attack," according to Metronews. 

The Sarcelles synagogue had been targeted over the summer by pro-Palestinian demonstrators who tried to set fire to the building in protest over Israel's policies in Gaza.  

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