More arrests as Bastille Day killer's true motive remains uncertain


Three new arrests were made on Sunday as French investigators attempt to establish whether Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, the 31-year-old Tunisian who drove a heavy truck into Bastille Day crowds in Nice on Thursday, killing 84 people, received help from accomplices in preparing the massacre. Fresh evidence emerged this weekend suggesting he had carefully planned the attack, including CCTV footage of him reconnoitring the scene earlier last week. But despite a claim by the Islamic State group that Bouhlel was a "soldier" for the jihadist group, his motive remained unclear. Meanwhile, French health minister Marisol Touraine said on Sunday that “about 85 people” were still hospitalised after the carnage on July 14th, of which 18, including a child, were in a life-threatening condition. Graham Tearse reports.

Van driver runs rampage in western France town, leaving ten injured

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Five people are seriously after a van, whose driver later stabbed himself, was driven at shoppers at a Christmas market in Nantes.

French prosecutor says no terror link to Dijon car rampage

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Officials said the driver who ran down 13 pedestrians in the south-eastern city has severe mental illness and no links to terrorism.