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Terrorists Back Home; Paris Hit by Terrorism in a Hostage-Taking Act

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A four-hour hostage-taking in France capital ended with the arrest of the hostage-taker and rescue of hostages. In a weird request, the man asked for a talk with the Iranian embassy to deliver his message to the French government.

The building of the incident was devoured by More than a dozen heavily-armed officers, firefighters and rescue workers during the operation. The region was evacuated and the zone under full control of the security guards.

After four hours, the news outlets announced that the rescue operation was done successfully. “The individual has been arrested and the hostages are out of danger,” Gerard Collomb, France’s interior minister, said on Twitter.

His demands were really vague and incoherent. The negotiator had difficulty understanding.

The incident is not the first of its kind in France in previous years. A series of attacks, mostly claimed by ISIS, has proved France a fertile ground for terrorists.

In a latest ISIS-claimed attack, a 29-year-old man attacked a group of people in Paris and wounded 4 people and was shot by the police before further injuring people.

France has been a long-time supporter and home to the terrorist groups. MKO, Mojahedin Khalq Iran, a terrorist group which made terrorist operations in Iran during the 1980s, have institution and make regular ceremonies in Paris.

Besides, Paris, along with its western allies, has a main role in generation, growth and armament of terrorists in the Middle East and other parts of the world.

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