French terror suspect linked to Jewish grocery store attack

A French policeman stands guard in front of a building as anti-terrorist operations are conducted.  Photo: AFP

A man shot dead by French police Saturday in a nationwide crackdown on terror suspects that made 11 arrests was linked to an attack on a Jewish store last month, Paris prosecutor Francois Molins said.

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