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July 14 - before the attack,
France will not extend the state of emergency imposed after last year's Islamist militant attacks in Paris in November beyond 26 July, President Francois Hollande has announced.
The president said in his traditional Bastille Day interview that it would not make sense for the emergency to be extended indefinitely.
That would mean the rule of law "no longer applied", Mr Hollande said.
July 15 - after the attack,
In a press conference on Friday morning, Hollande said "the state of emergency was extended in the country for three months beyond July 26".
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