A French man who went on a stabbing spree Saturday has been charged with terrorism offenses and murder, Reuters reports.
The unnamed suspect killed two people and wounded five others at a French shopping mall in the southeastern town of Romans-sur-Isére.
As Newsy has previously reported, the suspect identified himself as a Sundanese man and was praying in Arabic as he was arrested. Police say a search of his home showed documents criticizing France as a "country of unbelievers."
Reuters reports that French authorities believe the 33-year-old suspect probably acted alone and was not working with any terrorist organization.