France's Interior Minister Claude Gueant arrives at the scene during a raid on a five-storey building to arrest a suspect in the killings of three children and a rabbi on Monday at a Jewish school,

 
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France's Interior Minister Claude Gueant (R) arrives at the scene during a raid on a five-storey building to arrest a suspect in the killings of three children and a rabbi on Monday at a Jewish school, in Toulouse March 22, 2012. Police have lost contact with the 24-year-old gunman suspected of killing seven people in the name of al Qaeda and there has been no sign of life from his apartment in southwestern France for 10 hours, a minister said. More than a day after 300 police first surrounded the five-storey building in a suburb of the city of Toulouse, Mohamed Merah, who has confessed to killing three soldiers, three Jewish children and a rabbi, had yet to give himself up. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)