Michel Cadot, the head of Paris police, said the man was shouting "Allahu akbar" and injured the soldier's scalp before troops opened fire.“We are dealing with an attack from an individual who was clearly aggressive and represented a direct threat, and whose comments lead us to believe that he wished to carry out a terrorist incident,” Mr Cadot told reporters.We were long distance, but I was already planning on moving out to the east coast to be closer to him. We messaged every night, and talked all the time either via Face Time or a phone call.He had me out to visit, and he even cancelled plans with his friends last-minute to fly out to see me for a week before I left for overseas.In this weekly column, I share a tale of a time a reader was ghosted (with accompanying screenshots) so you can see the last text that was sent or words that were uttered before someone decided to disappear forever. I've only said that once before, and that was in an abusive relationship. And from the beginning of my military schooling, I knew I was going to be deployed. I should have realized the small red flags, but after a battle of back and forth, we finally found ourselves together and saying ‘I love you.' That is a huge step for me.He joined the Military in 2007 as an Infantry Solider and was deployed to Afghanistan in 2008, and now again in 2012.
An American soldier has been killed in an explosion near Mosul as the battle continues to drive Isis militants out of their former stronghold.
About ten years ago before he joined the Military SGT Johnson made some mistakes and got into trouble as a teenager.
He completed his probation and boot camp; then a few years later found his calling and joined the Army.
Paris prosecutor Francois Molins identified the 29-year-old Egyptian national who had arrived in the capital on 26 January after acquiring a one-month tourist visa in Dubai.
He is said to be in a life-threatening condition in hospital after being shot by officers during the incident at 10am local time (9am GMT).