Police officers work on a platform next to a Thalys train at Arras train station, northern France, Friday. A gunman opened fire with an automatic weapon on a high-speed train traveling from Amsterdam to Paris Friday, wounding three people before being subdued by two American passengers, officials said.
Police officers work on a platform next to a Thalys train at Arras train station, northern France, Friday. A gunman opened fire with an automatic weapon on a high-speed train traveling from Amsterdam to Paris Friday, wounding three people before being subdued by two American passengers, officials said. Associated Press
Police officers work on a platform next to a Thalys train at Arras train station, northern France, Friday. A gunman opened fire with an automatic weapon on a high-speed train traveling from Amsterdam to Paris Friday, wounding three people before being subdued by two American passengers, officials said. Associated Press

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