Three wounded in shooting in Lille


Police said they believed a gangland dispute was behind the wounding of three people, including a teenager, outside an underground railway station in Lille, north-east France, by one or more assailants who fled the scene.

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Three people, including a teenager, were wounded after a gunman opened fire outside a metro station in the city of Lille in northern France, reports The Independent (Ireland).