Macron says he understands Muslims might be ‘shocked’ by caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad

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    President Emmanuel Macron said that he could understand if Muslims were shocked by cartoons of the prophet Mohammad, as French authorities on Saturday sought to ascertain if a young Tunisian suspected of killing three people in a knife rampage inside a Nice church had outside help

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