France the Bombs of September

Five terrorist attacks in ten days stun Parisians

Wednesday is a busy day for the Tati discount store on the Rue de Rennes in Paris. School is out that afternoon, and mothers, particularly those with modest incomes, flock to Tati with their children in search of bargains. Thus the sidewalk in front of the store was bustling last week at 5:28 p.m., when two black-mustachioed men in a black BMW drove past. As the car slowed down, the man on the passenger side got out and dropped a package into a trash can near the front door. He quickly hopped back into the car and rode off. A few...

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