One year ago Islamist extremists attacked the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. President Francois Hollande attended a memorial ceremony at the Paris police headquarters to mark the anniversary.
The French parliament has passed a new anti-terror law as it eases its way out of the state of emergency. But civil rights campaigners say it will put citizens under general suspicion. Lisa Louis reports from Paris.
The French graphic novelist Riad Sattouf is best known for his memoir, "The Arab of the Future." DW met him to discuss his latest series, "Esther's Notebooks," which tells stories from the perspective of a young girl.
France's new anti-terror bill will allow police to continue to carry out house raids without a warrant and restrict suspects' movement. Rights advocates decried the bill, but it met with little public resistance.
Several people have been arrested after French authorities uncovered an explosive device in an affluent Paris neighborhood. France's interior minister has said one of the suspects was "radicalized."
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