A man was beheaded, several others injured as terrorists carrying Islamic banners attacked a gas product factory in France’s southeastern city of Lyon.
The attack that took place at 10 a.m. local time was accompanied with several explosions caused by the attackers trying to blow off the site with gas canisters, thus injuring a number of workers.
The victim’s head was found hung on a fence with Arabic writings on it.
The French police arrested Yassine Salhi, a 30 year-old suspect, who is believed to have been radicalized and a member of the terror group widely known as the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
In January 2015, two masked gunmen attacked the offices of French Magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris killing a number of journalists and passers-by.