French police arrested two more people suspected of involvement in the terrorist attack in Nice, reports the BBC.
They arrested a man and a woman, who, according to investigators, maintained close ties with Mohamed Boolell, whose truck rammed the people on the promenade in Nice during the holiday festivities on Thursday. As a result, 84 people were killed, 202 injured.
31-year-old Tunisian Mohammed Boolell came under the influence of radical Islamic movements and under their influence for a very short time became their follower. This was stated by French Prime Minister Manuel Valls in an interview with Le Journal du Dimanche, reports Reuters.
"The investigation will be based on facts, but now we know that the killer quickly became a follower of radical movements," - said Valls. He stressed that in view of the statements of "Islamic state" on their involvement in the tragedy, there is reason to talk about the Islamic nature of the attack.