Tourists attacked with acid in France

 
Tourists attacked with acid in France
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Four American tourists are injured after being attacked with acid in the French city of Marseille on Sunday. A woman has been arrested, NRK reports.

All four women were hospitalized. Two of them are suffering from burn injuries in the face after the acid attack. One of them is also treated for eye injuries. The other two are treated for shock. The four female tourists are in their 20s.

The attack took place at a train station in the French port city, a spokesman for the prosecutor in Marseille says. The arrested woman is in her 40's and did not know the women she attacked.

The motive for the attack in Marseille, with its 40% Muslim population, which has branded it as the most dangerous city in Europe, is currently not known.

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