nice truck attack
Local politicians accused the French government of providing insufficient security on the day of the massacre.
President Hollande is under intense pressure as opponents accuse his government of doing too little to prevent the attack.
The lesson from yet another attack in France is this: Europe needs to change its approach to terrorism -- and fast.
So while we cry for the dead and everything else, powerless and still groggy, simply human, sharing the same vague feelings faced with the horror and barbarism, it seems to me that we must support each other, understand each other, united in pain and sadness.
Bouhlel’s sister said he had been having psychological problems when he left for France in 2005.
According to a recent Europol study, some 80 percent of Islamic State recruits have criminal records and some 20 percent were diagnosed with mental health issues.
You stay glued to your screens in your utter helplessness. But you tweet, you retweet, and you feel like you're doing something. If you are in Nice, you reassure yourself by saying tomorrow you will go donate blood.
France went from celebration to nightmare. The Bastille day fireworks had barely finished on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, which was heaving with people, when a white heavy-loads truck plowed into the crowds.
Eradicating terrorism can't happen through weapons, acting this way is like cutting off the Hydra of Lerna's head. For every one that is cut off, ten more grow in its place.
At least 84 people are dead.