Eight people have been wounded in a shooting in front of a mosque in the southern French city of Avignon.
Police consider the incident to be a settling of scores rather than a militant attack.
Regional newspaper La Provence cited judicial sources as saying police are "not at all treating it as terrorist related" and suspected instead a dispute between youths.
The newspaper also cited witnesses saying that one of two gunmen with their faces covered had fired shots around at 10.30pm as people were coming out of the mosque before the two fled the site.
The incident comes after a man was arrested after trying to drive a car into a crowd in front of a mosque in the Paris suburb of Creteil in an incident in which no one was injured.
France is on high security alert following a series of militant attacks in recent years.