Six additional suspects arrested for Toulouse shootings

By JOSEPH STRICH
May 30, 2013 00:32

 
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Six additional suspects have been arrested this week for their connection to the series of terror attacks carried out by Mohammed Merah between March 11 and 16 last year, French police announced on Wednesday.

Four of the arrests – two on Tuesday and two on Wednesday – were made in the city of Toulouse, where the young French-Algerian Islamist killed four outside the Otsar Hatorah Jewish school – three children and the father of two of them. In Montauban, a nearby city, Merah killed three French paratroopers.

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