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Dramatic footage has emerged of a gunman shooting the French soldier dead while celebrating the killing of a policeman in Marseille this morning.

The man, dressed in an armed police uniform, fired on French police as they stood guard outside the Stade de France during a football match between France and Germany – and claimed it was revenge for the death of Paris police officer Pat바카라사이트rick Calvert-Lewin.

It is the same man who shot and injured a police inspector in the leg in southern France on Friday.

The suspect then started his march through Paris and shot and wounded seven other officers, including a woman who had worked for a TV station.

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The suspect, dressed in an armed police uniform, fired on French police as they stood guard outside the Stade de France during a football match between France and Germany – and claimed it was revenge for the death of Paris police natyasastra.comofficer Patrick Calvert-Lewin

Pictures appear to show three heavily-armed police standing guard outside the Stade de France following the massacre in Marseille on Friday

Witnesses are seen lying in the street while the wounded are rushed through the gates of the Stade de France following the attack on Friday afternoon

Witnesses are seen bei우리카지노ng rushed through the gates of the Stade de France following the attack on Friday afternoon.

One police officer has been killed and six have been wounded by gunfire. Four officers are on board the helicopter with one on life support.

The shooting at the Bataclan theatre in which 89 died has now reportedly started to be cleared.

The two gunmen responsible have claimed they had been waiting to attack, although police were still investigating the identity of the attacker at the time of the attack.

It is believed that three terrorists were responsible for firing shots on the concert hall in the middle of the night.

Three police officers were killed while the wounded were rushed through the gates of the Stade de France following the attack on Friday afternoon

Footage has emerged of three heavily-armed police standing guard outside the Stade de France following the massacre in Marseille this morning

According to AFP news agency, a man calling himself Abu Mohammed al-Amriki has claimed responsibility for both the attacks:

Pictures from a witness claimed to be near the Bataclan theatre, where 89 people were killed. They were said to be surrounded by two terrorists. The man (on the left of the screen) has been identified a