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France priest terror attack: Is Europe helpless?

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Democratic Convention: Can the Democrats now unite around Hillary Clinton?

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'Lady Liberty': The story behind the pictures

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Ivory Coast

Returning to the scene..Just a day after heavily armed gunman opened fire at this popular beach resort...killing tourists and locals. Ivorians came back to Grand Bassam's mostly deserted beaches...to collect left behind belongings, and in the case of this mother, to look for her missing child: VOXPOP SOUNDBITE 1 - a mother looking for her son (woman, French sec:My son comes here on the weekends to try and make a living, but now no one has seen or heard from him since yesterday.... and no one knows where he is. I came to ask his friends if anyone has seen him."Black Sunday - that's what local papers are calling the first ever terrorist attack in Ivory Coast ...for on Sunday afternoon multiple gunmen opened fire on three hotels, spraying bullets at those that crossed their paths on the crowded beach.5. SOUNDBITE (English): Jean Ouadja, 22, beach front worker and eyewitness: ++PARTLY OVERLAID BY CUTAWAYS++Strong men - there were three of them. They started shouting, 'Everyone should say Allah Akbar.' If you didn't say it they start shooting you. In front of me, I saw seven people die."The three gunmen were later killed by security forces and Al Qaeda in the Islamic Magreb, or AQIM, has claimed responsability. Security had already already been stepped up at the popular beach resort - for this is the third "AQIM" terrorist attack in four months in West Africa- all have targetted civilians and tourists. Ivorians fear that such attacks will levee hard blow to local tourism:. (SOUNDBITE) (French) BEACH WORKER, PRINCE GUHI, SAYING:;It's going to be very hard for us now. We make our living here, and I don't think tourists will keep coming and thanks to tourism we have jobs and food to eat. We're in a bad spot without them.Following a visit to the site and an emergency cabinet meeting Monday, President Alassane Ouattara declared three days of national mourning.

Ivory Coast attacks: Returning to scene of 'Black Sunday'

Returning to the scene..Just a day after heavily armed gunman opened fire at this popular beach resort...killing tourists and locals. Ivorians came back to…

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