Paris

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
For twelve nights, protesters have occupied central Paris, and beyond, as part of the burgeoning Nuit Debout (or 'Up All Night') movement. Over the weekend protests were held in 60 cities across France, Germany, and Spain. (Photo: Nuit Debout/ Facebook)
A police crackdown will not deter France's burgeoning Nuit Debout (or 'Up All Night') movement that has swept across the country in recent weeks as the unifying call for change sparked protests in over 50 cities this weekend. Riot police early Monday cleared the encampment in the Place de la Republique in central Paris after 11 nights of protest,...
Common Dreams staff
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Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Thousands of people in Paris and other French cities hit the streets on...

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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.