A man drove his vehicle into barriers protecting a mosque in the Paris suburbs Thursday, forcing worshippers to dodge out of the way, police and officials said. Muslim community leaders described the incident, which injured no one, as an "attempted attack" and an "Islamophobic act". It came nearly two weeks after a man rammed a van into worshippers outside a mosque in London, leaving one man dead.
Ten people were injured and one death at the scene may be related to the attack. Witnesses said the driver shouted that he wanted to kill Muslims.
Ten people were injured and a man also died at the scene after a van drove into a crowd of Muslim worshippers near a mosque in London in the early hours of Monday. London Mayor Sadiq Khan called it an "horrific terrorist attack" whi...
LONDON (Reuters) - A van plowed into worshippers near a London mosque in the early hours of Monday, injuring 11 people, two of them seriously, in what Prime Minister Theresa May said was a sickening, terrorist attack on Muslims.
French police say a vehicle slammed into soldiers guarding a Paris suburb, injuring six of them, before getting away.