Valls: - I have to tell the truth to the French people

Valls: - I have to tell the truth to the French people
France's Prime Minister, Manuel Valls, warns that the French people will get exposed to many more bloody massacres from Islamic militants, as thousands of Muslims in France are becoming radicalized.

According to Valls, the police and the intelligence services in France know of 15,000 people who are becoming radicalized, and that's just the ones they know of.

"There will be new attacks, there will be innocent victims...this is also my role to tell this truth to the French people," Valls said, according to Reuters.

- This week, at least two attacks have been prevented, said Manuel Valls, who Sunday gave interviews to the radio station Europe 1 and the TV station I-Télé.

The alert-level has been increased in Paris, after French police during the week broke up an Islamic terrorist cell that was planning to carry out an attack at a railway station in Paris under instructions from the Islamic State.

A 29 year old woman who is a mother of three, was Saturday charged with involvement in planning a foiled terrorist attacks in the French capital, Paris.

Her fingerprints were, according to investigators, found in a car with gas cylinders that last weekend was discovered near the cathedral Notre Dame.

The suspect is in custody. She was already in the spotlight as she apparently planned to travel to Syria.

On Tuesday, she was arrested in southern France, along with her boyfriend.

Three other women were also arrested in the case.

There is a lot more to come.

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