Move to pull Paris Match from newsstands over Nice attack photos

The Paris public prosecutor's office has asked for a court order to remove the weekly magazine from sales points in France on Thursday over its publication of gruesome images from CCTV footage of the terrorist attack in the Rivierra city in July last year when a man acting in the name of Islamic State drove a truck into seafront crowds killing 86 people and injuring more than 450 others. 

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The Paris prosecutor has called for Paris Match magazine to be pulled from newsstands after it published CCTV images of the July 14th attack in Nice, reports BBC News.