By Charline Cremion writing from Annecy
Lots of people have been profoundly shocked and saddened by the news from the last days.
There were big protests this week-end in France, also in London, in Berlin...
In Annecy, there were 35’000 persons walking in the streets.
The news speaks of as many as 3 or 4 million people having turned out on Sunday in France.
It was a big event. It was the most deadly terrorist attack since 1950.
But now there is another problem, especially for North Africans in France. People are becoming scared of those of North African origin and of the Muslim faith, and this fear leads to aversion against them.
Maybe lots of people will vote for the right-wing in forthcoming elections.
At the week-end France wanted to prove that is a free, peaceful, and united country. We’ll have to see how long it lasts for.
I don’t know if you are able to get this newspaper in England, but tomorrow the new publication of Charlie Hedbo comes out.
I think a lot of people will buy it in memory of the victims.