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French Highest Court upholds decision not to try Sarah Halimi murderer

France's highest court on ruled that the suspected murderer of Sarah Halimi was not criminally responsible and could not go on trial.

Antisemitic graffiti discovered on the facade of Sciences Po in Paris

Antisemitic graffiti were discovered on the façade of Sciences Po at 27 rue Saint-Guillaume in Paris.

Sarcelles Jewish residents catch and overpower suspected stabber fleeing the scene

Jewish residents of the Paris suburb of Sarcelles chased and overpowered a man whom witnesses said tried to stab three Jews, then handed him over to police.

Strasbourg City Council fails to adopt IHRA definition of antisemitism

The City Council of Strasbourg voted against adopting the IHRA working definition of antisemitism, despite a surge antisemitic incidents in the city over the last year.

Lyon Sciences Po student union demands “exclusion” of Licra from antisemitism week

A student union at Sciences Po in Lyon is demanding that Licra be "excluded" from the national week of education and action against racism and antisemitism.

An alley in tribute to Mireille Knoll was inaugurated in Paris

An alley in tribute to Mireille Knoll, a Jewish octogenarian murdered in 2018, was inaugurated in Paris. The event was attended by political, religious and civil personalities.

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