Source: Hooded gunmen fire on French police in Marseille

By REUTERS
February 9, 2015 12:50

 
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MARSEILLE, France - Hooded gunmen armed with Kalashnikov rifles fired on police in the French city of Marseille, where Prime Minister Manuel Valls was paying a visit on Monday, a police source said.

Elite police troops were being sent to the scene, in the northern suburbs of the Mediterranean port city, after the shots, the source said by telephone.

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