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The day after, the truck that ploughed into spectators in Nice

On The Trail Of Nice Killer Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel

NICE — There are still more questions than answers three days after Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel drove a 20-ton truck through hundreds gathered to see the Bastille Day fireworks on the city's waterfront, killing 84 people and injuring more than 200, before being shot dead by police.

Still, a portrait of the 31-year-old divorced father of three is emerging, as authorities probe his movements, activities and the people with whom he was in contact in the days and weeks leading up to the attack.

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Extra! UK Game Of Thrones To Succeed Cameron

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Metro, July 1

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A mural in Ramallah depicting Marwan Barghouti

Marwan Barghouti, A Palestinian Mandela Or Israel's Worst Nightmare?

Imprisoned in Israel since 2002, Marwan Barghouti may be the only figure who could unite all Palestinians. Israel must decide if it's more risky to release him or keep him in jail. Barghouti offers a rare written exchange with Le Monde.

JERUSALEM — One of the three men locked up in cell number 28 at the Hadarim prison loves reading. Whether it's in Arabic, Hebrew or English, he devours history books, poetry collections and biographies of famous Israeli leaders. He wants to know the way they think.

Marwan Barghouti, 56, takes care of himself. He walks and runs. Once a week, he meets with one of his lawyers. Once every two weeks, his wife Fadwa visits and tells him about their four children. In 14 years, he's gotten to see them just a few times. A picture of his face painted or plastered on the walls of the West Bank reminds the children that their father has a special status. He is the hardened résistant, a symbol of the Palestinian national movement.

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In Venezuela, 'Blackmailing Through Their Stomachs'

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El Nacional, June 9, 2016

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