Several mosques attacked in France

 
Several mosques attacked in France
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There have been several attacks against mosques in France, after the terrorist attack on the satire magazine Charlie Hebdo, on Wednesday, French authorities said. No one has been injured in the attacks.

In Le Mans an exercise grenade was thrown at a mosque, reports the newspaper Le Ouest-France.

No one has been arrested after the attack, but the area is blocked off.

In Villefranche outside Lyon an explosion went off at a cafe near a mosque. Neither here anyone has been arrested.

- I fear that this may be linked to the dramatic incident Wednesday, says the mayor of Villefranche, Bernard Perrut, who was on the scene shortly after the explosion, to the French newspaper Le Progres.

Wednesday night two shots were fired at a Muslim prayer room in Port-la-Nouvelle south of France, according to the newspaper Midi Libre.

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