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Around 50 political organisations and movements join protesters on Paris's Place de la République to condemn anti-Semitism after a spate of anti-Jewish vandalism and offences in the country. French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and more than half of government ministers are expected to join the protest. IMAGES

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