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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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