How come a Muslim can be a terrorist in Europe but a mere ‘attacker’ in south-west Asia?
French anti-terror police have asked authorities to delete surveillance camera images of the truck attack in Nice, reportedly to avoid possible leaks and use as jihadi propaganda
Prosecutor opens anti-terror investigation following attack which killed 84 people
French newspaper Liberation claims Mr Cazeneuve lied about the whereabouts of national police officers and cars – something he and other ministers emphatically deny
What disqualifies Fatima Manji from expressing our fears and sorrow? And having criticised Fatima Manji, why didn’t MacKenzie make similar comments about white Christian journalists anchoring and reporting after the attacks by Anders Brevik?
The incident was caught on video
One of the problems with identification, say hospital staff, is the horrific nature of the injuries inflicted by the 19-tonne refrigerated truck, especially on young boys and girls he had mowed down
'It is wrong to suggest that a qualified journalist should be barred from reporting on a particular story or present on a specific day because of their faith,' says Channel 4
The killer’s father claims his son suffered from psychological problems and was sometimes unstable
Seven people have now been detained by authorities over the killings
Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel, who killed at least 84 people in Nice on Friday, had no links to any terrorist organisation, according to his friends and family
Hospital staff unsure as to whether the parents remain unaware of what happened to their child or whether they were themselves among at least 84 people killed in the attack
The reaction I had to the Nice attacks is exactly the reaction the perpetrators of these atrocities want – they rely on us feeling bombarded by the news and they want us to feel at risk
Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel described by a cousin of his wife as 'no Muslim' while one neighbour recalls one particular argument
Eyewitnesses described how the man drove slowly up to the side of the lorry and tried to stop it as it began its rampage
Local residents use the hashtag as a way of offering shelter to those displaced by the attack