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After teacher’s murder, France touts secularism. But Muslims feel heat.
The killing of a teacher by an Islamist extremist has France doubling down on secularism. But that could fuel hostility to its Muslim community.
Pandemic defeat depends on individual choices, Merkel says
Germany, France, Italy, and other European nations are tightening up on mask-wearing and restricting the hours of bars and restaurants.
When migrants fall through the cracks in France, volunteers step in
A country’s success at integrating migrants can depend on public willingness to help. As the government stumbles, the French are lending a hand.
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France’s alternative response to a beheading
The government’s reaction to a barbaric murder can be an embrace of minority Muslims, not a stigmatizing of them.
Chile’s choice to reinvent itself
A vote on whether to rewrite the constitution would signal not only a new social compact for Chile but also hope for Latin American democracy.
The pandemic upends debate on migration
With many borders closed and the flow of migrants down, countries rethink the benefits of hospitality toward new residents.
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