ACID ATTACK ON US TOURISTS IN FRANCE

Two US tourists have had hydrochloric acid thrown in their faces at Marseille train station, French media say. The victims in their early 20s have been taken to hospital for treatment, La Provence newspaper reported. Two other members of their group were also attacked at Saint-Charles station, but did not get acid in their faces. H/T: Read the full BBC article.Read more on NewsOK.com

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