A gunman claiming allegiance to the Islamic State group fired shots and took hostages at a supermarket in southwestern France on Friday. The latest reports say two people were feared dead in an incident French prosecutors are treating as a terror attack.
- Gunman opens fire and takes hostages in supermarket in Trèbes near Carcassonne
- Unconfirmed reports that two hostages were killed
- Supermarket gunman claims links to Isis
- Gunman now alone in supermarket with member of French security forces, latest reports say
- Earlier incident saw gunman open fire on police who were jogging
- One officer left injured
- Two incidents believed to be linked
Security forces responded to two separate incidents, one at a supermarket in the town of Trèbes and the second, a 15-minute drive away, in the town of Carcassonne where a policeman was shot.