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In Attack's Wake, France Grapples With What It Means To Be French

Elaine Sciolino, the former Paris bureau chief for The New York Times, says the city's recent terror attacks highlight growing tensions concerning multiculturalism and immigration in France.

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In Attack's Wake, France Grapples With What It Means To Be French

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