But of course, there's no connectionA car bomb was exploded in front of a French synagogue shortly after the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris on Wednesday.
Une voiture en feu devant la synagogue de Sarcelles http://t.co/vcvtNBI5ro pic.twitter.com/rwDCMmEcMQ
— metronews (@metronews) January 7, 2015
Of course, there's 'no connection' (Hat Tip: Joe L).
French media outlet Metronews reports that there's been a car explosion in front of a synagogue in Sarcelles, a city in Northern France. That's after an attack by three gunmen on the office of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris just hours earlier.
Paris Metro reports that this event was an incident unrelated with the attack at the magazine, quoting the mayor of Sarcelles among its sources.
The car was parked in front of a synagogue, and reportedly exploded at about 2.30 p.m. local time (1.30 p.m. GMT).No one has been caught. No one is responsible. What could go wrong?