Three women who probably were preparing a terrorist attack was arrested near Paris on Thursday, said the Minister of internal Affairs of France Bernard Breech.
According to Breech, the women he was called a radical, he was arrested because of gas cylinders, which found this week in the car parked in front of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. One police officer was wounded in the shoulder when a woman attacked him with a knife in Boussy-Saint-Antoine, to the South-East of Paris, the Minister told reporters. The injury was not life-threatening.
"I would like to Express my gratitude to him and his colleagues, who were forced to open fire when people who were armed with knives," said Breech. One of the women also suffered.
BFMTV reported that a car containing gas cylinders was discovered on Sunday near Notre Dame. One cylinder was empty, and the remaining six reported full. No detonator was not detected, and the vehicle was not wanted.
France is under a state of emergency because of the terrorist attacks occurred in Paris in November last year, and authorities are trying to control thousands of domestic radicals. One of two suspects in the attack in July at the Church where the priest was killed in Northern France was known to anti-terror group after attempting to travel to Syria, said the French anti-terrorist Prosecutor. The murder of the priest provoked a series of incidents of violence across Europe, some argue that it is the handiwork of the Sunni terrorist group ISIS, including the attack on the Bastille Day in nice.
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