Saudi prince's motorcade robbed in Paris
Armed men attacked the motorcade of a Saudi prince in Paris Monday, AFP reports. The robbers reportedly stole 250,000 euros in cash and “sensitive” documents.
The robbery occurred in northern Paris as the prince was making his way to the airport in Le Bourget. According to AFP, no one was injured. Police do not yet know the identity of the robbers.
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