Nice Attacker Scouted Terror Route Twice in Week Preceding Attack
The Tunisian man who drove his lorry into crowds of people in Nice researched the route in the days before the attack, French media reported.
The reports say Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel drove through the seafront promenade area of the French city on Tuesday and Wednesday in preparation. More than 80 people died when he ploughed his vehicle into people celebrating Bastille Day on Thursday.
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