France was the first interrogation of the man who had attacked a military patrol near the Louvre, but he refused to testify.
In France, investigators conducted the first interrogation of the man who had attacked a military patrol near the Louvre and was seriously wounded, but he refused to testify.
“Investigators decided to question him in a hospital bed after his condition improved, but the man refused to speak,” – said in the message.
It is noted that the investigators plan to interrogate the attacker later on Sunday.
Given phone and visa records, it is believed that a man named Abdullah El-Hammami. 29-year-old citizen of Egypt lives in the United Arab Emirates and came to France legally on a flight from Dubai on 26 January.
Investigators believe that the man rented an expensive apartment near the Champs-elysées. French soldiers on Friday opened fire and wounded an armed man after he tried to get into the underground store of the Cathedral and attacked the other military.
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