Court hearing seeks to ban Paris-Match photos of Nice attack

Vanessa Beaulieu
Juillet 16, 2017

The magazine was still on sale on Thursday hours before a judge was due to rule on the request.

The magazine's executive director, Olivier Royant, had said he would defend "tooth and nail" what he said was "the right of citizens, first among them the victims, to know exactly what happened" on the day of the fatal attack.

Macron paid homage to the solidarity of the French people in the face of the attack and said: "We forgot the name of this murderous anonymous [the terrorist] but we remember the names" of those killed.

It was all BS, meant to deflect from the Islamic motivation and ties to terror networks. The event also honored police officers, emergency paramedics and civilian Franck Terrier who tried to chase the truck on his scooter in a futile bid to stop it.

Immediately after the terrorist attack by Mohamed Bouhlel in Nice, France, we were told he was a lone wolf, a guy "recently radicalized", suffering from depression, with no connection to Islamists or ISIS, a guy who just went crazy and drove his truck through a crowd.

Michael Matthews remporte la 14e étape
Des prétendants au podium, l'Irlandais Dan Martin et le Colombien Rigoberto Uran ont terminé dans le sillage de Froome. Les puncheurs retrouvent enfin un terrain favorable, samedi, dans la 14e étape reliant Blagnac à Rodez.

Côte d'Ivoire : De nouveaux tirs dans des camps militaires
Quatre d'entre eux avaient été tués en mai lors de l'intervention des forces de l'ordre pour disperser leur mouvement. Ils ont fini par obtenir de l'Etat 12 millions de francs CFA par tête (18.000 euros).

Olivier en or sur le 5 km eau libre — Mondiaux
Les épreuves en eau libre se poursuivent dimanche avec le 10 km dames, avec notamment au départ Aurélie Muller, tenante du titre. Logan Fontaine (18 ans), le champion de France en titre, a pris une belle sixième place, à 16 secondes de son compatriote .

He also promised to ensure that aid to the more than 400 injured will become a reality.

French President Emmanuel Macron, high officials, artists, survivors and families of victims attended Friday's commemoration in honor of the victims of last year's deadly Nice attack. Macron acknowledged the anger felt by the people and vowed to fight terror.

French and American fighter jets are flying over Paris' Champs-Elysees avenue to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into World War I.

The Mayor of Nice Christian Estrosi described the images as "unbearable and abject".

This year, instead of a fireworks display that drew some 30,000 revellers last year to the famous Promenade des Anglais there will be candles, a memory book and a solemn speech by President Emmanuel Macron.

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