Court hearing seeks to ban Paris-Match photos of Nice attack

A French court on Thursday said Paris Match’s publication of graphic pictures of the Bastille day attack in Nice was “obscene” and barred it from putting them on its website but did not heed calls to remove the magazine from news stands.On Friday, thousands gathered in the Mediterranean city of Nice, France, to commemorate the 86 victims killed one year ago when a terrorist drove through Bastille Day crowds on the city’s famous seaside promenade.Other pictures in the magazine’s latest edition show the bloodied body of the 31-year-old Tunisian attacker in the cab of his hired truck, a selfie the Islamic State loyalist took on the afternoon of the attack at the spot it was to happen, and other taken at the same site some months earlier.Macron has vowed to end the state of emergency by November 1 this year. More than 300 people were injured in the brutal attack. He said: “I am your guarantor”.Security was tight as Macron shook hands with the crowd ahead of his speech at Place Massena, a central square, protected by cement blocks to stop intruders.U.S. troops took part in Friday’s parade and Macron and Trump could be seen talking animatedly as USA and French fighter jets roared over Paris’ Champs-Elysees avenue.During a three-hour ceremony on Friday evening, President Emmanuel Macron of France spoke, as did the city’s mayor, Christian Estrosi.Tributes have been flooding in to the 86 lives lost on Twitter.Almost 200 American soldiers were present among the 3,765 French troops on parade.”Today our two countries stand taller – and more united – than ever”, Trump, 71, said in a statement issued by the White House after his departure, which featured yet another muscular handshake between the men, this one lasting a full 25 seconds.