ISIS media claims responsibility for Normandy attack

By REUTERS
July 26, 2016 15:22

 
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CAIRO - Two Islamic State 'soldiers' carried out the Normandy church attack in France, the group's Amaq news agency said in a statement on Tuesday.

Two hostage takers killed a priest in a church in Normandy, northern France earlier on Tuesday, before being shot dead by French police.

"They carried out the operation in response to the call to target the countries of the crusader coalition," the Amaq statement said.

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