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>> The man behind the lorry massacre in Nice last week did not act alone. The words of French prosecutor François Molins, confirming Mohamed Bouhlel had help planning the attack, which killed 84 people during a fireworks display on Bastille Day. Analysis of Bouhlel's phone revealing searches and photos which indicated he had been plotting the attack for months.
> Molins calling it a quote murderous, premeditated act, which he says benefited from support. Five suspects are still in custody and face preliminary charges for their alleged roles in helping the French-Tunisian. They are four men and a woman, aged between 21 and 42 years old, all of Arab decent.
The mass killing claimed by Islamic state, was the third in France since 2015. A nation living in a state of emergency, ever since.