17:53 GMT18 May 2021
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    In March, 85-year-old holocaust survivor Mireille Knoll was stabbed 11 times before being set on fire in her flat in the French capital. The tragedy is being treated as an anti-Semitic attack.

    People have taken to the streets of Paris to pay their respects to Mireille Knoll — a woman who had survived Nazi crimes, but was violently murdered being 85 years old in what is believed to be an anti-Semitic crime. Two suspects have been detained: her neighbor and another individual, both having criminal records.

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    A Sputnik France reporter is doing a live coverage of the march that has amassed thousands of people.


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