Three people were killed and 13 injured when an attacker opened fire at a Christmas market Tuesday.
The suspect behind a mass shooting in Strasbourg, France, remained at large as the government upped its security risk to the highest level possible and warned of the threat of further violence.
Three people were killed and 13 wounded—eight seriously—when the 29-year-old gunman opened fire on crowds near Strasbourg’s Christmas market Tuesday. He was wounded in an exchange of fire with a passing army patrol and was believed to have fled in a taxi, ordering the driver to take him out of the city.
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The Strasbourg-born suspect—named by Reuters as Cherif Chekatt—was already known to the country’s security services, and just hours before the attack, his home was raided in connection with an armed robbery and attempted murder, The Guardian reported. Explosives were found on the property.
When the gunman opened fire at around 8 p.

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