Probe into French teacher’s beheading focuses on perpetrators and environment of attack

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    More police operations were under way on Monday in connection with the killing of a French teacher by a suspected Islamist, French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said. FRANCE 24’s Marc Perelman tells us more.

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