In Frankreich herrscht Ausnahmezustand – was bedeutet das?

Die Regierung will Sonderrechte für drei Monate erhalten.
Von Okan Bellikli
Foto: dpa/Ian Langsdon
epa05031383 French Prime Minister Manuel Valls (L) speaks to French President Francois Hollande before he delivers a speech during a meeting of French mayors in Paris, France, 18 November 2015. Hollande urged the nation not to 'give in to fear' or excessive reactions in the wake of the jihadist attacks on Paris. EPA/STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN / POOL MAXPPP OUT +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
epa05031383 French Prime Minister Manuel Valls (L) speaks to French President Francois Hollande before he delivers a speech during a meeting of French mayors in Paris, France, 18 November 2015. Hollande urged the nation not to 'give in to fear' or excessive reactions in the wake of the jihadist attacks on Paris. EPA/STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN / POOL MAXPPP OUT +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++ Foto: dpa/Stephane De Sakutin
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