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    ‘Tell my sons I love them’: Last words of Brazil-born Nice terror attack victim, 44, who staggered to café next to church that was attacked by Islamist knifeman before dying from her wounds

    • Simone Barreto Silva, 44, had lived in France for 30 years and had three sons
    • She was stabbed by Tunisian migrant Brahim Aoussaoui in a terror attack in Nice
    • Mother’s final words were to paramedics: ‘Tell my sons that I love them’ 

    One of the three victims in yesterday’s terror attack on a Catholic church in Nice was a Brazilian mother whose final words were: ‘Tell my sons that I love them.’ 

    Simone Barreto Silva, 44, had lived in France for 30 years and had three sons, the Brazilian Consulate in Paris confirmed last night.

    The mother was stabbed by Tunisian migrant Brahim Aoussaoui, who also hacked  54-year-old sacristan Vincent Loques to death as he prepared for Mass.

    The third victim, described by French authorities as an elderly woman, was butchered near the church’s holy water in a beheading attempt.

    Simone is said to have staggered to a nearby burger bar before dying of her wounds.

    According to local media, her final words were to paramedics who rushed to the scene, telling them: ‘Tell my sons that I love them.’

    It is not known if she was married or had a partner. Her sons’ ages are not known.  

    Simone Barreto Silva, 44, had lived in France for 30 years and had three sons, the Brazilian Consulate in Paris confirmed last night

    Simone Barreto Silva

    Simone Barreto Silva

    Simone Barreto Silva is said to have staggered to a nearby burger bar before dying of her wounds. According to local media, her final words were to paramedics who rushed to the scene, telling them: ‘Tell my sons that I love them’

    The mother was stabbed by Tunisian migrant Brahim Aoussaoui, who also hacked 54-year-old sacristan Vincent Loques to death as he prepared for Mass

    The mother was stabbed by Tunisian migrant Brahim Aoussaoui, who also hacked 54-year-old sacristan Vincent Loques to death as he prepared for Mass

    People light candles outside the Notre-Dame Basilica in Nice following an Islamist terror attack

    People light candles outside the Notre-Dame Basilica in Nice following an Islamist terror attack

    A woman places a candle at a makeshift memorial in front of the French embassy in Berlin

    A woman places a candle at a makeshift memorial in front of the French embassy in Berlin

    Three people were killed by a terrorist in the Notre Dame basilica in Nice at 9am yesterday

    Three people were killed by a terrorist in the Notre Dame basilica in Nice at 9am yesterday

    The world watched in horror yesterday as Aoussaoui, who had arrived in Europe on a migrant boat just last month, launched a senseless attack on the basilica.

    He shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’ (‘God is greatest’ in Arabic) as he slaughtered the three Christians worshipping ahead of of the Catholic holy day of All Saints Day on Sunday.

    The assailant was shot 14 times by armed police as he screamed ‘God is greatest’ in Arabic during the attack and ‘while under medication’ as he was taken to hospital, Nice’s Mayor Christian Estrosi said. 

    Aoussaoui arrived in Nice at around 6.30am via the railway station, where he quickly changed his clothes, Jean-Francois Ricard told journalists. CCTV showed him arriving in the church at 8.30am and staying there for nearly half an hour. 

    The assailant entered Europe via the Italian island of Lampedusa on September 20 and arrived in Paris on October 9. The travel information came from a document on Aoussaoui from the Italian Red Cross, Mr Ricard said.

    Vincent Loques, 54, a sacristan of the Notre Dame basilica, was brutally killed

    Vincent Loques, 54, a sacristan of the Notre Dame basilica, was brutally killed

    Emmanuel Macron takes part in a video conference on Covid-19 at the Elysee Palace

    Emmanuel Macron takes part in a video conference on Covid-19 at the Elysee Palace

    Forensic officers work at night in front of Notre Dame Basilica in Nice

    Forensic officers work at night in front of Notre Dame Basilica in Nice

    Forensic officers work at night in a coffee near Notre Dame Basilica in Nice

    Forensic officers work at night in a coffee near Notre Dame Basilica in Nice

    The first attack took place at 9am in Nice, before the second attack in Avignon two hours later. Separately, a guard at the French consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, was stabbed

    The first attack took place at 9am in Nice, before the second attack in Avignon two hours later. Separately, a guard at the French consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, was stabbed

    Investigators found two unused knives, a Koran and two mobile phones, in addition to a bag with some personal effects. He was unknown to French security services. 

    The killings prompted the French government to raise the terror alert level to the maximum ’emergency’ level nationwide. 

    It followed warnings of further terrorist atrocities just days before the church rampage, after Al-Qaeda published a press release calling for ‘jihad’ (holy war) over newspaper Charlie Hebdo’s caricatures of the Propet Mohammed.   

    Emmanuel Macron announced increased surveillance of churches by France’s Sentinelle military patrols, to be bolstered to 7,000 troops from 3,000.

    Mourners attended vigils to pay tribute to the victims of the triple killing. They lit candles  outside the Notre-Dame basilica and the French Embassy in Berlin. 

    The attack comes amid fury across the Islamic world at President Macron for defending satirical cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, and on the day that Sunni Muslims mark the Prophet’s birthday.

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