#PrayForNice: Messages of sadness and condolence
People from all over the world express their sympathy to the victims and solidarity with France
Another tragedy almost equal to the terrorist attacks in Paris on 13 November, occured in France. In the resort town of Nice the truck crashed into the crowd of people. The man, who was in the vehicle cabin, presumably Tunisian origin, opened fire from a firearm on people who were celebrated the Bastille Day. At present it is known that as a result of terrorist attack in Nice 84 people killed, about two dozen are in critical condition. Terrorist was shot dead by police, and authorities said they found heavy weapons and explosives in the truck.
Users of social networks around the world express their condolences and words of support written with hashtag #PrayForNice.
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