French interior minister under pressure after Paris knife attack


A right-wing senator accused Christophe Castaner of failing in his duties and called for him to step down as a 'matter of national security'.

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A French opposition senator on Saturday demanded the resignation of interior minister Christophe Castaner, after a police employee killed four colleagues in a case now under investigation by counter-terrorism police, reports Politico.