Spirit of unity missing in France a year after Charlie Hebdo march
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Monday marks the one-year anniversary of the march in which hundreds of thousands of people - nearly 2 million Paris alone - took to the streets of France, following the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attacks. Many participants found a sense of unity, the so-called esprit Charlie, or spirit of Charlie. But it did not appear to last, especially with another terrorist attack less than a year later. As France wrapped up several days of memorial services for the January 2015 attacks this weekend, RFI asks what happened to the spirit of unity after the march.