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US News A man arrested in Catalonia for hailing the murder of Samuel Paty

19:00  31 october  2020
19:00  31 october  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

VIDEO Emmanuel Macron on the verge of tears during the tribute to Samuel Paty

 VIDEO Emmanuel Macron on the verge of tears during the tribute to Samuel Paty © France 2 VIDEO Emmanuel Macron on the verge of tears during the tribute to Samuel Paty This Wednesday October 21 took place in the courtyard of the Sorbonne in Paris the national homage to Samuel Paty. Emmanuel Macron dedicated a poignant speech to the professor, during which emotion could be read in his face. On Friday October 16, Professor Samuel Paty was assassinated in the middle of the street near his college in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine in the Yvelines.

FRANCE-SECURITE-SPAIN: A man arrested in Catalonia for hailing the murder of Samuel Paty

UN HOMME ARRÊTÉ EN CATALOGNE POUR AVOIR SALUÉ LE MEURTRE DE SAMUEL PATY © Reuters / ERIC GAILLARD A MAN ARRESTED IN CATALONIA FOR HAVING SALUTED THE MURDER OF SAMUEL PATY

BARCELONA (Reuters) - A Moroccan was arrested in Barcelona by police for hailing on social media for the murder of Samuel Paty on October 16, Catalan authorities announced on Saturday.

According to the Mossos d'Esquadra, the man, whose identity has not been revealed, expressed his support for the Russian refugee of Chechen origin who beheaded the history professor targeted by a hostile campaign for presenting caricatures of Muhammad as part of a free speech class.


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Presented on Saturday before a court in Barcelona, ​​the man was released under control court and his passport was confiscated.

(Graham Keeley; French version Nicolas Delame)

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© Sipa Julien Bayou, National Secretary of Europe Ecology-Les Verts, reacts in a forum on the JDD to the attacks from Nice and Conflans-Sainte-Honorine. He also exposes his vision of secularism. Here is Julien Bayou’s column: Horror has hit France once again. Just weeks after the attack that left two injured outside the former Charlie Hebdo premises. Almost six years after the bombings that brought mourning to the editorial staff of the same newspaper and the hostage-taking of the Hyper Cacher.

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