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>> A suspected terror attacker shot and injured at the Louvre Museum in Paris on Friday. A French soldier on guard at the museum opening fire at a machete wielding man, who reportedly yelled Allahu akbar, God is great, in Arabic. The suspected attacker was also carrying two backpacks when he tried to enter the museum.
He attacked another soldier, who suffered light wounds, before being shot. Police say he's alive but seriously wounded, while the bags were not found to contain explosives. Paris police chief, Michel Cadot, said the man's actions suggested a terrorist context. A second person was detained after acting suspiciously. However for now there doesn't appear to be a link between that person and the attack.
France's public prosecutor has opened an anti terrorism inquiry.