After the recent Paris Attacks, France is firmly in the international public consciousness. And though France is still shocked, and rightly so, there is a sense of solidarity throughout the country. Well almost.
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Most French people have what outsiders consider an idyllic life, but that's not true for every citizen. For ethnic minorities in France, many feel marginalized. So what is daily life really like for all of the nation's 66 million inhabitants?
Read more about life in France:
The Guardian: Pork or nothing: how school dinners are dividing France
The Week: The socioeconomic roots of Europe's radicalization problem