Islamist terror attack and decapitation at French US-owned liquid gas factory near Grenoble
Two armed men waving flags of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) and shouting Islamist slogans rammed a car into an American-owned liquid gas factory near the southern French city of Grenoble Friday, June 26.
They hurled bombs into the building, causing several casualties and at least one death. Found inside the building were a decapitated body and a black Islamic flag with an Arabic inscription.
Outside, a severed head had been hung on the factory gates with another flag. It was not immediately clear whether the victim was a member of the factory personnel or brought in by the attackers.
The factory is owned by Air Products, a US-based industrial gases technology company.
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