(Reuters)
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French prime minister: Hostage taking seems to be a 'terrorist act'
French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe said March 23 the ongoing hostage situation in the southern French town of Trèbes seems “to point to a terrorist act.” At least two people have been killed.
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