Molins later said that investigators believe Bouhlel obtained weapons used in the attack from "Ramzi A." and from the two Albanian suspects, whom he described as a couple. France's interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve has acknowledged there was no national police presence at the entrance to the promenade at the time. President Francois Hollande said the conclusions of that investigation will be known next week, speaking from Dublin where he was meeting with Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny ...
The prosecutor told media that five suspects were now in custody, facing preliminary terrorism charges for their alleged roles in helping Bouhlel. "Chokri C.", 37-year-old Tunisian, no previous criminal record. Thursday's announcement followed an admission by Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve that national police units had not been patrolling the entrance to Nice's Promenade des Anglais, where the attack occurred, that night.
May vowed to tackle injustice, saying: "The government I lead will be driven not by the interests of the privileged few", and adding that "together we will build a better Britain". The new leader, Britain's Home Secretary - in charge of immigration and law and order - for the past six years, has the tough task of calming the country, and the financial markets, after the massive upheaval that has followed the June 23 referendum.
The 46-year-old Smith, who previous worked as a BBC producer and a lobbyist for pharmaceuticals giant Pfizer, has paid tribute to Corbyn for "helping Labour discover its radical roots" but said the party needed a new generation to take it forward.
The state fund, known as 1MDB, was created in 2009 by Najib shortly after he took office to promote economic development projects. The lawsuit does not name Najib but refers to a "Malaysian Official 1" - described as a high-ranking government official - who received some of the misappropriated funds, including US$681 million in March 2013.
The respected broadcaster said the man with Bouhlel is of the six people arrested following last Thursday's attack. Already disturbing details are beginning to emerge about the plans conducted in the lead-up to the Nice attack by Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel, the man who killed 84 people who were celebrating Bastille Day.