• French President Francois Hollande (C) and Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve (R) speak to journalists in front of the city hall after two assailants had taken five people hostage in the church at Saint-Etienne-du -Rouvray near Rouen in Normandy, France on July 26, 2016. 
    • Police and rescue workers stand at the scene after two assailants had taken five people hostage in the church at Saint-Etienne-du -Rouvray near Rouen in Normandy, France on July 26, 2016. Two attackers killed a priest with a blade and seriously wounded another hostage in a church in northern France on Tuesday before being shot dead by French police.
    • Police and rescue workers stand at the scene after two assailants had taken five people hostage in the church at Saint-Etienne-du -Rouvray near Rouen in Normandy, France on July 26, 2016.
    • In this grab made from video, police officers close off a road during a hostage situation in Normandy, France on July 26, 2016.
    • French soldiers stand guard as they prevent the access to the scene of an attack in Saint Etienne du Rouvray, Normandy, France on July 26, 2016.

    Hostage Situation in Northern France

    Published July 26, 2016

    French officials say the two attackers in the incident have been killed by police after a brief standoff. 


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