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PHOTO GALLERY: Deadly hostage-taking attack in south France


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A general view shows rescue forces and police officers at a supermarket after a hostage situation in Trebes, France, March 23, 2018.
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A general view shows gendarmes and police officers at a supermarket after a hostage situation in Trebes, France, March 23, 2018.
Reuters
A general view shows gendarmes and police officers at a supermarket after a hostage situation in Trebes, France, March 23, 2018.
AFP
French security and police gather outside the Super U supermarket in the town of Trebes, southern France, where a man took hostages killing at least two before he was killed by security forces on March 23, 2018.
Security forces killed a gunman who first hijacked a car in nearby by Carcassonne, killing a passenger and injuring the driver, before shooting a policeman who was out jogging with his colleagues nearby. He then drove to a Super U supermarket in the town of Trebes and holed up there for more than three hours with hostages, killing at least two other people, according to sources
AFP
A general view shows gendarmes and police officers at a supermarket after a hostage situation in Trebes, France, March 23, 2018.
Reuters
A general view shows gendarmes and police officers at a supermarket after a hostage situation in Trebes, France, March 23, 2018.
Reuters
Gendarmes of the French special unit GIGN are seen next to a supermarket after a hostage situation in Trebes, France, March 23, 2018.
Reuters
French gendarmes and a firefighters ambulance are seen on a road blockade after a hostage situation at a supermarket in Trebes, France, March 23, 2018.
AFP
Paris prosecutor Francois Molins (3rd Front) gestures as he speaks to French security and police outside the Super U supermarket in the town of Trebes, southern France, where a man took hostages killing at least two before he was killed by security forces on March 23, 2018.
Security forces killed a gunman who first hijacked a car in nearby by Carcassonne, killing a passenger and injuring the driver, before shooting a policeman who was out jogging with his colleagues nearby. He then drove to a Super U supermarket in the town of Trebes and holed up there for more than three hours with hostages, killing at least two other people, according to sources.
AFP
French security officers inspect the scene close to a cordoned off vehicle (C) believed to belong to the hostage taker and parked outside the Super U supermarket in the town of Trebes, southern France on March 23, 2018.
Security forces killed a gunman who first hijacked a car in nearby by Carcassonne, killing a passenger and injuring the driver, before shooting a policeman who was out jogging with his colleagues nearby. He then drove to a Super U supermarket in the town of Trebes and holed up there for more than three hours with hostages, killing at least two other people, according to sources.
Reuters
Police officers and investigators at a supermarket after a hostage situation in Trebes, France, March 23, 2018.
AFP
French National Gendarmerie Intervention Group (GIGN) stand next to vehicles as they gather outside the Super U supermarket in the town of Trebes, southern France, where a man took hostages killing at least two before he was killed by security forces on March 23, 2018.
Security forces killed a gunman who first hijacked a car in nearby by Carcassonne, killing a passenger and injuring the driver, before shooting a policeman who was out jogging with his colleagues nearby. He then drove to a Super U supermarket in the town of Trebes and holed up there for more than three hours with hostages, killing at least two other people, according to sources.
Reuters
Police officers and investigators are seen in front of a supermarket after a hostage situation in Trebes, France, March 23, 2018.
Mar
23

An armed man took hostages in a supermarket in southern France on Friday, killing three people and injuring 16 before being shot to death when French police stormed the market, authorities said

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