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A month after a knife attack in Paris, a woman in a La Seyne-sur-Mer supermarket in southern France injured two people yesterday when she cried "Allahu Akbar" and attacked them with a boxcutter knife.

A store customer in the maritime town of La Seyne-sur-Mer was slashed in the chest and hospitalized.

Prosecutor Bernard Marchal said the suspect may have mental health problems.

Don't leave yet! Please join in the discussions. The perpetrator may also be suicidal as she asked the police to kill her during the arrest, saying that she had nothing to lose, the prosecutor added.

The 24-year-old assailant, who did not have a police record, was overpowered by a customer and two supermarket employees and taken into custody.

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Mr Marchal said: "This appears to be an isolated incident caused by a person with proven psychiatric troubles". Hospitalization was required only for the visitor of the store, but his life is not in danger. Police later searched her home to find any links to ISIS or other terror groups.

"There is a presumption of attempted murder and. of a crime with terrorist implications", Marchal told the newspaper.

France has been on high alert following a string of jihadist attacks since early 2015, often by people who have become radicalised or claim to have acted in the name of the Islamic State group.

France remains on edge since an attack and hostage-taking incident in a supermarket near the southern French town of Carcassonne left four people dead in March.