California student Nicolas Leslie killed in Bastille Day Attack in Nice


France: On Thursday the University of California at Berkeley has long-established the death of one of its students, Nicolas Leslie, in the attacks in Nice. U.C. Berkeley conveyed in a declaration that Nicolas Leslie, 20, of Del Mar, California, was one of 85 students from the university who were captivating part in a study abroad program focused on entrepreneurship in the town on the French Riviera. UC Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks conveyed in a report that, all of us in the UC Berkeley relations, together here on campus, and approximately the world, are heartbroken to learn that another promising young student has been lost to senseless violence. He also further conveyed that, I join Nick's parents, friends and the whole campus community in condemning this horrific attack, and in mourning the loss of one of our own. At least 84 people were killed in the attacks, which, according to French officials, may have been inspired by ISIS.

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On Saturday, ISIS assert in a declaration that it was accountable for the attacks perpetrated by 31-year-old Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, a French-Tunisian citizen and resident of Nice. The rampage ended when Bouhlel was killed by police. Dirks conveyed that, Leslie was a junior in the university's Natural Resources department who intended to go on to business school. The University also further conveyed that, he was one of 85 Berkeley students attending a 15-day course on European entrepreneurship and innovation held in Nice. They also said that of the three students who were injured in the attack, two have been free after medical treatment. Vladyslav Kostiuk, 23 and Diane Huang, 20, carry on to study at the program. A third, Daryus Medora, 21, remains in the hospital. Leslie's death marks the second time in less than a month that a Berkeley student died in attacks by militants abroad. The essential Islamist group Islamic State has assert the Nice attack, calling the driver, Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, one of its soldiers. But authorities have yet to produce evidence that the 31-year-old had any real links to the aggressive group.

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