It was a highly symbolic attack against Iraq’s Christian community: on October 31st, during an All Saints’ Day Mass, a group of al Qaeda gunmen attacked the church of Our Lady of Salvation in Baghdad, killing 46 and injuring dozens more. In the following days, some of the survivors were flown to France for medical attention. In Paris, we met Iraqi Christians, to hear eyewitness accounts from survivors of this atrocity who are afraid to return home and from a community that lives in fear.
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2014-11-21 National Front party (France)
With the National Front on the rise in France, our reporters returned to three towns where the far-right party’s mayoral candidates won the most recent local elections.
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