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France starts second lockdown one day after Nice attack


Paris, Oct 30 (EFE / EPA), (Camera: Ian Langsdon).- France started its second coronavirus lockdown on Friday, one day after three people were killed in a terrorist attack in the city of Nice.Authorities have reinforced police presence across the country as part of an anti-terrorism operation.FOOTAGE OF PARIS.

Added on the 30/10/2020 13:00:00 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

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