Teenager held after gun attack on French school, up to four wounded


A heavily armed 17-year-old pupil of a secondary school in the town of Grasse, south-east France, was arrested by police after shooting four people including the school's headmaster who reportedly intervened to try and stop the attack.   

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A teenage student opened fire on Thursday at a high school in southeastern France, wounding up to four people, in an attack carried out after he had watched US mass shooting videos such as that in Columbine, officials said, reports Reuters.