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James McAuley is Paris correspondent for The Washington Post. He holds a PhD in French history from the University of Oxford, where he was a Marshall Scholar.
The minor changes still leave posts unfilled and may do little to deal with dissatisfaction.
Authorities say the attack on Viktoria Marinova, 30, was not connected to her work as a journalist.
The debate centers on animal rights, taste and — above all — identity.
Although the motive remains unclear, the death of Viktoria Marinova has stoked fears about press freedom.
China’s anti-corruption agency revealed that Meng Hongwei is under investigation.
French police launched an investigation after Meng Hongwei’s wife reported that he had gone missing after traveling to China.
Zemmour has brought historical revisionism and Islamophobia into the mainstream.
The case of Nick Conrad is the latest example of France's explosive identity politics in a nominally colorblind society.
The ship carrying the migrants had been stranded in the Mediterranean and became the subject of a days-long standoff.
Marie Laguerre took to social media to transform her experience into the latest illustration of the dangers that target women even in the most innocuous of public spaces.