Witnesses of the 'terror' attack on the Champs-Elysees in Paristonight have told of the chaos that erupted when gunfire opened in the popular shopping district. One policeman is confirmed dead and another two seriously injured after the shooting on Thursday night, which police say may be terror, or an attempt at armed robbery. Badi Ftaiti, a Tunisian-born mason who has spent three decades in Paris, said the attack didn't panic him but he saw scores of people running into side streets. He said tourists were 'running, running....Some were crying. There were tens, maybe even hundreds of them. Asked whether the attack was evidence that 'Paris isn't Paris' anymore, as claimed by Donald Trump, Ftaiti said the U.S. President is 'barking up the wrong tree.'