Foreign Affairs
Jewish graves in France vandalised with swastika symbol

Over 100 graves were vandalised in France with Nazi Swastika paintings.

The vandal act occurred early in the week in Westhoffen, a village close to Strasbourg on the same day that a similar act occurred in Schafhouse-sur-Zorn, another nearby village.

Reacting to the anti-Semitic attack, French President Emmanuel Macron said Jews represent France and make France what it is.

Around 550,000 Jews live in France and form the biggest Jewish community in Europe.

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