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21 April 2017, 03:19 | Erica Roy
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French president François Hollande said the Champs Élysees attack was "terrorist in nature" and promised "utmost vigilance" by security services to ensure security around the presidential election. He has called a defence council meeting for 8am on Friday, The Guardian reports.
"Our condolences to our country and the people of France".
Also, President Trump reignited his attack on Iran Thursday during a news conference with Italy's prime minister, calling the 2015 nuclear deal a "terrible agreement."disabled3000226131vxJ5X4g_8FA213325213324http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/unrest-venezuela-continues-political-tensions-rise/Unrest in Venezuela continues as political tensions riseIn a movement dubbed "The Mother of all Marches", thousands of Venezuelans hit the streets Wednesday to protest President Nicolas Maduro. It just never ends", Trump added".
Pierre-Henry Brandet, the spokesman for the ministry of the interior said that just before 9pm "a vehicle stopped alongside a police van where policemen were stationed inside and outside".
Conservative French presidential hopeful Francois Fillon tweeted, "Paying homage to police who give their lives to protect ours, #ChampsElysees".
"Our thoughts are very much with the family. Solidarity with his injured colleagues and those close to them".
A man who shot a Parisian police officer to death on the Champs-Elysees Thursday night was known to French security services for radical Islamist activities, a source close to the investigation told CNN.
A police officer has been killed and two others injured in a suspected terrorist shooting in the centre of Paris.
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