'Charlie Hebdo' Attack Punctuates Exisiting Political Tensions Robert Siegel talks to Patrick Weil, professor and senior research fellow at the French National Research Center in the University of Paris 1, Pantheon-Sorbonne.
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'Charlie Hebdo' Attack Punctuates Exisiting Political Tensions

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'Charlie Hebdo' Attack Punctuates Exisiting Political Tensions

'Charlie Hebdo' Attack Punctuates Exisiting Political Tensions

'Charlie Hebdo' Attack Punctuates Exisiting Political Tensions

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Robert Siegel talks to Patrick Weil, professor and senior research fellow at the French National Research Center in the University of Paris 1, Pantheon-Sorbonne, about how the attack on the satirical publication, Charlie Hebdo, relates to ongoing political tensions in France.