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France knife attack: World leaders condemn Nice killings

By France24
31 October 2020   |   1:38 pm
Leaders from around the world are expressing solidarity with France following a deadly knife attack at a cathedral in Nice. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was "deeply shaken."

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