Shocked by subway bomb, France seeks suspects - and eyes fall on `foreigners'

Chaddock, Gail Russell; Belsie, Laurent
July 1995
Christian Science Monitor;7/27/95, Vol. 87 Issue 169, p7
Reveals the attitude of the French towards foreigners, the prime suspects behind all terrorist activities in France. Incidents leading to this mindset; Reaction of people to the July 25, 1995 subway bombing in Paris; Environmental groups suspected.


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