Montpellier Terror Attack Fears as Gunman Bursts into Retirement Home for Monks

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The suspect, who was reportedly wearing a hoodie and carrying a gun, is still believed to be at the site in Montpellier, France.

A hooded gunman man has stormed a retirement home for monks in France and killed two people, according to reports.

“A supervisor inside the building raised the alarm very discreetly…There are fears that two people have died – a man and a woman. The gunman is being hunted.”

The gunman is believed to have broken into the building in Montpellier, France, on Thursday evening.

According to unverified reports in France, the man was wearing a hoodie and carrying a gun.

He is said to have killed a man and a woman inside the home.

Those killed are thought to be a woman supervisor, and a man who was working with her.

Around 70 monks are believed to reside in the property. Read the rest of this entry »


Sacré Bleu! Wine Floods Streets of French Town after ‘Act of Sabotage’ 

With 200,000–400,000 French expatriates, London has become France’s sixth-largest city.

A town in southern France saw its streets running red last night but this was not about revelry.

The town of Sete, near Montpellier was drenched in red wine on Tuesday night after the contents of five huge vats of wine were spilled onto the streets.

The plonk flooded into local basements, car parks, and even some people’s homes, reported the local Midi Libre newspaper.frenchman

Up to 50,000 litres of the tipple belonging to the Biron distributors were spilled, according to reports.

Emergency services were quick to the scene and had the mess cleared up in 30 minutes, the paper reported.

On Wednesday afternoon, the radical group of wine producers CRAV (Comité régional d’action viticole) claimed responsibility for the move, reported France 3.

The group has infamously carried out numerous wine-related attacks in France, irate at foreign cheap wine making its way onto the shelves of French stores and supermarkets.

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