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Ukraine arrests Frenchman who planned synagogue attack

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 Ukraine’s security service said Monday it had arrested Gregoire Moutaux, a Frenchman with a huge weapons arsenal who was allegedly planning terror attacks during the Euro 2016 football championship in France.

Ukraine’s SBU security service chief Vasyl Grytsak said that Gregoire Moutaux intended to blow up “a Muslim mosque, a Jewish synagogue, tax collection organisations, police patrol units and numerous other locations.”

Moutaux “planned to conduct 15 terrorist strikes,” Grytsak told reporters. “He obtained five Kalashnikov rifles, more than 5,000 bullets, two anti-tank grenade launchers, 125 kilograms (275 pounds) of TNT, 100 detonators, 20 balaclavas and other things.”

Grytsak said the arrest was made on May 21 when the man was trying to cross into Poland near the Ukrainian frontier town of Yagodyn.

It was not immediately clear whether Moutaux was associated with any particular terror cell or was operating on his own.

Grytsak said Moutaux “expressed negative views about his government’s approach to the immigration of foreigners into France, the spread of Islam and globalisation”.

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