Friday, 20 November 2015

((URGENT)) #TERRORIST ATTACKS #SPECIALFORCES LATEST

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Note, the PASSPORT, conveniently left, as usual ... of course, the one thing you never forget, when travelling INSIDE your OWN COUNTRY, on a SUICIDE BOMBING RUN ... allegedly ...

“Where is your boyfriend, where is he?” shouts a police officer on Wednesday morning at the start of a deadly raid in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis, captured by amateur video footage given to French TV channel TF1.

A woman’s voice shouts back: “He is not my boyfriend!” Then there is a bang and a hail of gunfire. At the start of an operation in which the police will shoot 5,000 rounds, the woman detonates a suicide vest, becoming the first-ever female suicide bomber in Europe.

Jean-Michel Fauvergue, head of France’s antiterrorist unit, Raid, said that as she triggered the vest, “windows along the street shattered [from the blast]. A body part, a part of the spine, fell on one of our cars.”

The woman has not been officially named by the French prosecutor but is believed by police to be Hasna Aitboulahcen, a 26-year-old French woman of Moroccan origin who lived a secular lifestyle, which included heavy drinking and attending nightclubs. She was described by friends as “outgoing” and “a bit clueless”.

The French prosecutor on Friday said a passport in Aitboulahcen’s name had been found at the Saint-Denis apartment.

Aitboulahcen was a relation of Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the ringleader behind the Paris attacks last week that left 129 people dead. Abaaoud was killed in the same police raid in Saint-Denis, his body found “riddled with impacts”.

And then, MALI:

"Mali special forces fight to retake hotel
Hostages remain trapped inside the luxury hotel in Mali’s capital Bamako"


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