Police arrests a driver who attempted to ram soldiers in France

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Troops from the 93rd Mountain Artillery Regiment were out jogging when the alleged attack took place The alleged attack happened close to this base in Varces-Allieres-et-Risset, southern France French soldiers from Varces' 93rd Mountain artillery regiment were allegedly targeted.

A man attempted to ram his vehicle into French military from the 93rd Mountain Artillery Regiment, who have been jogging in France's Varces-Allières-et-Risset, Isère this morning, BFMTV reported.

The driver, whose motives were unknown, then sped off.

On March 23, Redouane Lakdim, a 26-year-old Moroccan national who reportedly obtained a French citizenship in 2015, hijacked a auto in the city of Carcassonne and then took several people hostage at a supermarket in Trebes.

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Police sealed off the area and began a search for the driver and the woman, while the army stepped up security around the barracks, which houses members of the 27th mountain infantry brigade.

France remains on edge after a terrorist went on a killing spree the south west last Friday, leaving four dead. He later killed two more persons at a supermarket and sought the release of a suspect of the 2015 Paris terror attack in lieu of a hostage. The gendarme was killed by the Moroccan-born assailant.

Lakdim was shot dead by police.

Paying tribute to the officer at a national ceremony in Paris on Wednesday, President Emmanuel Macron said his act of supreme self- sacrifice would "remain etched in French hearts".