It’s the first traditional holidays destination where the rules changed and the first security measure to be adopted. The ban will run until at least the end of Octobe.Since January 2015, attackers inspired by the Islamic State have killed at least 235 people in France. Analysts agree that ISIS propagandists particularly target France as a land anchored in secular values, liberal freedoms and life’s pleasures. The French police will be more present this year in distraction linked areas around the country. France increased the security measures after a Tunisian man used a truck to kill 84 people celebrating Bastille Day on the waterfront in Nice.