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Monday, March 19, 2012

Four People Killed At Jewish School In France

School children and parents leave a Jewish school after a gunman opened fire killing 4 people in Toulouse, southwestern France, Monday, March 19, 2012. (AP)

School children and parents leave a Jewish school after a gunman opened fire killing 4 people in Toulouse, southwestern France, Monday, March 19, 2012. (AP)

Police in Toulouse, France, say a gunman shot and killed a rabbi, his sons, and another child, at a Jewish school today. Witnesses say the attacked used a motor scooter.

There were two other attacks in the same part of France in recent weeks — both attacks involved an armed assailant with a scooter.

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