GROUP OF TOURISTS 'SPRAYED WITH ACID BY STRANGER AT BUSY FRENCH TRAIN STATION' AS 14 FIREFIGHTERS RUSH TO SCENE

Two young women have been hospitalised after the alleged attack at Marseille's Saint-Charles station - a 41-year-old female has been arrested by cops

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