Police in France have arrested a man who is believed to be behind the vehicular attack on a group of soldiers in Paris on the morning of 9 August.
At around 8am in the Levallois-Perret area, a suburb which sits along the River Seine on the outskirts of the French capital, a man drove a BMW into a group of soldiers. Six were injured with two seriously hurt.
The injured soldiers were part of Opération Sentinelle, a military operation that had been set up to protect the city in the aftermath of terror attacks that have left hundreds dead in recent years.
The driver apparently ambushed the soldiers and rammed into them as they emerged from a building to approach their vehicles to start a new patrol shift.
The car drove off after the attack which sparked a manhunt in the city to track down the driver.
Since 2015, France has been in a state of emergency after a string of terror attacks, many of which have taken place in the capital. Security forces have become a common target for attackers in recent months.
A man rammed a car full of explosives into a police van in June. Earlier in the same month, a police officer was attacked with a hammer at the Notre-Dame Cathedral. And in April, police officers were shot at by an Islamist attacker on the Champs-Elysees.