France

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
 The international community is focused on France's upcoming election, and the rise of National Front leader Marine Le Pen, as the next indicator of the potency of the alt-right movement. (Photo: Paris Against Trump/ Facebook)
With an eye towards their own upcoming presidential election and the growing popularity of National Front leader Marine Le Pen, French citizens took to the streets of Paris on Saturday to protest U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, vowing to mobilize against the international rise of the far-right. "The results of the United States presidential...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
As shock waves went global over Donald Trump's defeat of Hillary Clinton, world...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
French women walked off their jobs en masse Monday afternoon, as part of a...

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It's impossible not to be moved by the spectacle of over three million people flooding Paris to reject fear and defend freedom. Sparked by the spilling of senseless blood, Sunday's march personified a multi-layered wave of support for Charlie Hebdo ranging from the grossly hypocritical - cue Netanyahu and other "predators" - to the truly brave and grieving.