Parisians rally for teachers after suspected Islamist beheading

Hundreds of people gathered at Paris' Place de la Republique square in support of teachers and freedom of speech on Sunday, just two days after the brutal beheading of a history teacher at the hands of a suspected Islamist.At 3 pm (1300 GMT), participants clapped for several minutes in solidarity with 47-year-old Samuel Paty, killed in suburban Paris apparently for discussing controversial caricatures of the Muslim prophet Mohammed that originally appeared in satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo."You don't scare us. We are not afraid," Prime Minister Jean Castex, who was also at the rally, wrote o...


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