PARIS — France was plunged into mourning and national outrage Monday
by the terrorist-style killings of three young children and a rabbi as
they gathered for classes at a Jewish school in a quiet residential
neighborhood of Toulouse.
The lone gunman rode up on a motor scooter and opened fire with
two pistols, first shooting at a group of waiting children outside the
school and then following some of them into a courtyard as they ran for
safety toward the building, a local prosecutor, Michel Valet, told
reporters. In addition to the four people killed, six students were
wounded, including a 17-year-old boy reported to be in serious condition
at a Toulouse hospital.
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