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The US wrestling team won’t be able to compete in this month’s Freestyle World Cup in Iran because visas were denied for its members, the Iranian semiofficial Tasnim News Agency said Friday.
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Paris – A machete-wielding man who tried to enter the Paris Louvre museum before being shot by soldiers was an Egyptian national who arrived in France at the end of January, a source close to the investigation says.
“According to the investigation’s initial indications, it was an Egyptian national,” the source said, following the Friday morning attack.
Abdallah EH has been named by local media as the suspect after who reportedly entering the country on a visa from the United Arab Emirates last week.
The website reported the man arrived in Paris on January 26 at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris after flying in from Dubai.
He had made a visa application from the UAE for access to France last year and was approved, the website said.
Anti-terror police were now searching a hotel room on Rue de Ponthieu, in the 8th Arrondissement of the capital, the suspect had booked.
Abdallah had booked a return flight to Dubai for this Sunday.
The details have emerged after a dramatic picture emerged showing the moment soldiers shot the machete-wielding ‘terrorist’ at the Louvre in Paris today.
The man who police say shouted “Allahu akhbar” as he attacked the soldiers can be seen lying on the ground.
The soldiers stand anxiously above him pointing their guns following the attack.
The victim is now being treated for serious injuries in hospital after soldiers fired five shots during the suspected terror attack.
Soldiers patrolling as part of France’s on-going State of Emergency stopped the attacker getting into the building.
“He was carrying a suitcase and was refused access,” said a police source at the scene.
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