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France to expel 231 suspected extremists after attack on teacher

People Gather In Front Of The Bois D'aulne College After The Attack In The Paris Suburb Of Conflans St Honorine
People gather in front of the Bois d'Aulne college after the attack in the Paris suburb of Conflans St Honorine

France is preparing to expel 231 foreigners on a government watch list for suspected extremist religious beliefs, Europe 1 radio reported on Sunday, two days after a Russian born Islamist beheaded a teacher.

France’s Interior ministry, responsible for expelling foreigners, was not available to comment.

President Emmanuel Macron’s centrist government has been under pressure from conservative and far-right parties to take a tougher stance on non-nationals deemed to pose a security threat.

Macron was holding a Defence Council meeting with senior cabinet ministers on Sunday.



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