In France, the Louvre and the Palace of Versailles are evacuated due to fear of attacks
The Louvre museum in Paris, the largest in the world, and the iconic Palace of Versailles closed respectively at noon and at 4:00 p.m. (local) this Saturday in an exceptional manner "for security reasons", in a context of a high alert level in France after an Islamist attack in the north of the country.
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"The Louvre received a written message informing of a risk for the museum and its visitors" and "we chose to evacuate it and close it for the entire day, the essential time to proceed with the verification," a spokesperson for the cultural center told AFP after the announcement. closure on the social network X (former Twitter).
Evacuation of the Louvre after bomb threat. Today, the entire West is at risk of Hamas being emulated by those who support murders in Israel and Gaza. #HamasTerrorist #Hamas #Israel #Louvre pic.twitter.com/bLynMBLEoW
— Carles Gerard Mendoza (@carles_mendoza) October 14, 2023
France decided on Friday night to raise the alert level to "attack emergency", the highest, which allows exceptional mobilization of media, after a young radical murdered a teacher in an educational center in Arras, in the north of the country. This act was described as "Islamist terrorism" by the President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron.
— 1989 (@SalimZA98) October 14, 2023
For this reason, the Elysée announced on Saturday the deployment of 7,000 soldiers throughout the territory. These soldiers "will be deployed until Monday night and until further orders," the Elysée specified, in a context marked by fears that the conflict between Hamas and Israel will affect France.
The Louvre indicated that tickets will be returned to people who have reserved their visit to the museum.
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