France seeks to extend state of emergency despite protests


Government confirms it will seek a three-month extension of state of emergency and legislate to strip citizenship of convicted terrorists.

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Despite widespread protests across the country in recent days, the French government confirmed on Wednesday that it would seek a three-month extension of the state of emergency it declared after the attacks in and around Paristhat left 130 people dead in November, reports The New York Times.