Lyon shooting

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French police say an Orthodox priest was shot in Lyon on Saturday night, priest wounded in shooting in France’s Lyon, the attacker flees from the scene, police.

Father Nikolaos Kakavelakis who is still in “Critical Condition” The Greek Orthodox Priest is fighting for his life after being shot outside of his church in Lyon, France by another terrorist.The priest was shot in the liver at point-blank range.

Greek Orthodox priest has been left with life threatening injuries after being shot in the French city of Lyon.

The priest identified by police as 45-year old father of two Nikolas Kakavelakis was fired at twice while he was closing a church at about 4pm.

Police say the priest was fired at twice in the abdomen while he was closing the church and that a suspect has been arrested.

French Interior Ministry announcing an ongoing operation near the Orthodox church in Lyon where French media have reported yet another shooting.

Police arrest a suspect in connection with the shooting of a Greek Orthodox priest in the French city of Lyon.

France’s Prime Minister has just spoken about the shooting of the priest in Lyon.

Jean Castex says they’re trying to get more information on the circumstances of the attack. Says the interior minister is activating a crisis team.

Castex is returning to Paris.

Published by Naresh Sagar

Mentor MSME, Motivator, Media Event Org, Management fiscal & Water management.Social Media branding,Internet broadcasters,Propunder of Indian Philosophy

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