Killing of Holocaust survivor raises anti-Semitism fears in France

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Prosecutors probe whether anti-Semitism was a motive for killing of Mireille Knoll who was stabbed 11 times and left in her burning Paris flat.

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The Paris prosecutor’s office is investigating whether anti-Semitism was a motivation for the killing of an 85-year-old Holocaust survivor that has outraged France’s Jewish community, reports The Washington Post.