July 26, 2016
From the New York Times coverage of the latest terror attack in France:
France has had three major terrorist attacks in the space of 19 months: an assault on the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and other locations around Paris in January 2015, which killed 17 people; coordinated attackson a soccer stadium, the Bataclan concert hall, and cafes and restaurants in and around Paris on Nov. 13, which killed 130 people; and a rampage on July 14 in the southern city of Nice by a man who rammed a cargo truck into a Bastille Day crowd and shot at the police with a handgun, killing 84 people.
“And other locations”? The other location was the Hypercacher kosher grocery store where 4 Jews were mowed down.
Was this just a simple oversight not to mention it even in passing since “only” four were killed and it was related to the Charlie Hebdo attack?
The link given is only for Charlie Hebdo so that doesn’t tell us about the Hypercacher attack. The “other locations” isn’t hyperlinked to Hypercacher.
But again, this could just be a simple oversight, right?
However, elsewhere in the article there is this paragraph: