Hugh Carnegy

Financial Times

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 Executive Editor and former Paris Bureau Chief for the Financial Times

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In France, authorities still don't know if the man who killed seven people, including a rabbi and three Jewish children, was acting alone or part of a wider plot.

Toulouse Shooting Prompts National Soul-Searching in France

In France, authorities still don't know if the man who killed seven people, including a rabbi and three Jewish children, was acting alone or part of a wider plot.

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