France terror attack

Updated 9:02 AM ET, Fri June 26, 2015
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Police and firefighters gather at the entrance of Air Products & Chemicals, a gas factory near Lyon, France, on Friday, June 26, after a terror attack. One person has been beheaded and two people injured, French President François Hollande said Friday. A suspect has been arrested, he said. PHILIPPE DESMAZES/AFP/Getty Images
French President François Hollande, at a June 26 news conference in Brussels, Belgium, called the crime a "pure terrorist attack." JULIEN WARNAND/EPA/Landov
Investigators work at the enclosed area where a decapitated body was discovered at the Saint-Quentin-Fallavier factory on June 26. The severed head was found with a message, Hollande said. Laurent Cipriani/AP
Police block the area where the attack took place on June 26. Laurent Cipriani/AP
The June 26 attack also involved at least one explosion, officials said. Julien Reynaud/APS-Medias/Sipa USA/AP
Police secure the entrance of the factory on June 26. PHILIPPE DESMAZES/AFP/Getty Images
Emergency personnel stand guard near the scene June 26. MAXIME JEGAT/EPA/Landov