Around 65 French police officers have taken their lives in recent years. The high suicide rate is linked to the immense, ongoing pressure French police have been facing since the terror attacks in 2015.
A lawyer who represented victims of far-right violence had her daughter threatened, possibly by extremist police. The resulting investigation has revealed a neo-Nazi network within the Frankfurt police force.
The suicide rate among the French police has been stubbornly high for many years. Now the government has bulked up its anti-suicide plan. But officers say that's not good enough. Lisa Louis reports from Paris.
Authorities are still searching for Cherif C., who fled the Strasbourg Christmas market after the attack. A manhunt is underway in France and Germany, where the 29-year-old had two previous convictions.
Authorities in the French city of Strasbourg have reopened the local Christmas market three days after it was hit by a terror attack. Meanwhile, another victim of the shooting passed away, raising the death toll to four.
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