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A Look at France’s New Surveillance Laws in the Wake of the Paris Attacks
Just this year, France granted itself broad new surveillance powers. Here's how they may be used in the wake of the tragic attacks.
What Are the Implications of France Declaring a State of Emergency?
Jean-Hugues Matelly, lieutenant colonel of the Gendarmerie, explains what happens when the police and authority powers in France are given extended power during a crisis like the terrorism attacks in Paris.
France's Far Right Wants to Be Rid of UK-Bound Migrants
Calais is the French town closest to England, and it's full of homeless migrants itching to cross the Channel. A far-right party that recently cropped up there is not thrilled to have new neighbors, and it sounds like they'd love to see the migrants...
France’s Secular Opposition to Gay Marriage
A couple of days ago, around 200 protesters gathered in the central plaza in Toulouse to protest proposed legislation to make gay marriage legal. In France, like in the United States, same-sex marriage is a point of contention. But, unlike in the...