Sun 17 July 2016, The Guardian

Police and academics search Nice attacker’s history for a motive

By Jason Burke
We know now that Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel, who killed 84 people and injured many more on Thursday evening in Nice, was 31, getting divorced and living in a working-class neighbourhood euphemistically described in the French press as “mixed”. He was an immigrant, as are most of his neighbours. One described him...
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