FOUR U.S. TOURISTS ATTACKED WITH ACID AT TRAIN STATION IN FRANCE

Four female US tourists were attacked with acid Sunday at a train station in Marseilles, southern France, a police spokeswoman said. Two of the women were taken to a hospital, police said. All four were in their early 20s. The attacker was a 41-year-old woman who is mentally unstable, police said. She was arrested and hospitalized, according to CNN affiliate BFM. Authorities added there’s no indication the attack was terror-related. Check ...

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