World Bulletin / News Desk
Art lovers returned to the Louvre in Paris on Saturday, 24 hours after a soldier shot a machete-wielding attacker at the museum, believed to be an Egyptian who entered the country a week ago.
It also threatened to deal another blow to Paris' lucrative tourism industry which has been badly affected by a string of attacks since 2015.
At the Louvre on Saturday, a crowd had formed at the main entrance as the doors re-opened to the first visitors of the day on schedule at 09:30 am (0830 GMT).
Soldiers in uniform with machine guns could be seen patrolling as usual, with routine bag checks also undertaken by Louvre security staff.
Güncelleme Tarihi: 04 Şubat 2017, 13:08