France attack: Man decapitated in attack near Lyon
A man has been decapitated and several others injured at a factory in France in what President Francois Hollande has called a terrorist attack
According to BBC, two men drove into the Air Products gas factory near Lyon, officials said, before several explosions were heard.
One of multiple suspects arrested over the attack was investigated by police in 2006 it has emerged.
The dead man was found with Arabic inscriptions on him and an Islamist flag was found near the site.
At a press conference from Brussels, Mr Hollande confirmed that two attackers had targeted the chemicals factory in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, crashing into it in a car.
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