Rabat - A video that went viral on social media after the attack on Nice, France displays an Arab woman screaming “where my daughter,” who is probably one of the 84 victims or among the injured.
Rabat – A video that went viral on social media after the attack on Nice, France displays an Arab woman screaming “where my daughter,” who is probably one of the 84 victims or among the injured.
The 22-second video clip shows the victims lying on the floor and their relatives yelling.
The French Media yesterday reported that a truck drove into a large crowd Thursday night during the annual Bastille Day firework celebrations on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, killing at least 84 people.
French President Francois Hollande said that the incident is a terrorist attack.
According to the France’s interior Ministry, there were ten children among the victims, and 18 people are in critical condition in the hospital.
The Telegraph reported that the alleged suspect was Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, a 31 year-old French-Tunisian, who lived in the Rivera city.
Prime Minister Manuel Valls said Friday morning announced three days of national mourning stating from Saturday.
“We will not give in to the terrorist threat. The times have changed, and France should learn to live with terrorism,” Valls said during his statement outside Élysée Palace in Paris.