Paris Attacks: 3rd Bataclan Bomber Identified:
The third man who unleashed carnage at the Bataclan club in Paris last month has been identified.
He is Foued Mohamed-Aggad, CNN affiliates BFMTV and France 2 reported. He, like the other attackers, blew himself up.
The 23-year-old man is from a small town near Strasbourg who traveled to Syria in 2013, the stations said.
BFM also said Mohamed-Aggad was close to Mourad Fares, one of the main jihadist recruiters in France.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls confirmed “the name being circulated” is in fact correct and is that of the third attacker,
Norovirus Likely Sickened Chipotle Customers In Boston:
Initial testing of people who got sick after eating at a Chipotle restaurant in Boston showed the presence of norovirus, health authorities said Tuesday.
Boston College says 80 of its students, including members of the men’s basketball team, got sick. The Boston Public Health Commission reported 65 known cases.
The norovirus causes 20 million cases of gastrointestinal illness in the United States each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
“We urge residents to take proper precautions to prevent the spread of illness, which include: washing your hands regularly, avoiding close contact or sharing food and drink with others who might be ill, and staying home if you are ill,” the Boston commission said in a statement, announcing initial results.
San Bernardino Shooting Investigation: Past Plot And Recent Loan Are Latest Clues:
What happened to transform a trained pharmacist and a county health inspector into terrorists, and when did they take that dark turn?
Officials say it could have been years before last week’s deadly attack in San Bernardino, California.
Investigators believe shooter Syed Rizwan Farook may have been plotting an earlier attack in California with someone else, two U.S. officials told CNN on Tuesday. One of the officials said the two conspired in 2012 and a specific target was considered. The pair “got spooked” and decided not to go through with the earlier attack after a round of terror-related arrests in the area, an official said.
And sources also told CNN that investigators believe Tashfeen Malik, Farook’s wife and the other shooter who opened fire Wednesday, was radicalized at least two years ago.
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