Two gunmen opened fire outside a mosque in the southern French city of Avignon Sunday, wounding eight people. Police said they are "not at all treating it as terrorist-related," the regional newspaper La Provence reported.
Reports from witnesses said two men got out of a car near the mosque and opened fire with a shotgun and another weapon, local authorities said.
Two of the eight people wounded were hospitalized, but their injuries reportedly were not serious. La Provence said four people were wounded outside the mosque and four members of a family were hit by shrapnel in their apartment about 50 meters away.
The newspaper said worshippers leaving the mosque were not the target of the late-evening attack. It quoted a judicial source as saying that police suspect a dispute among youth groups sparked the gunplay.