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Fighting back: How can Europe protect citizens from 'soft target' terrorism?

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IN THE FRENCH PAPERS - Monday, August 21: It's 'back to work' week for Emmanuel Macron after a 10-day break. He's laying the ground for debates around the hot topic of reforming labor laws in France. Also, were the Barcelona attackers in Paris a week before? Le Parisien leads its investigation into the whereabouts of the perpetrators prior to Thursday's horrific attack. Finally, a Spanish swimmer sacrifices his race to pay tribute to the Barcelona victims.

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