Source: BBC News
French President Emmanuel Macron has announced new measures to tackle anti-Semitism, following a spate of attacks.
He told Jewish leaders that France would recognise anti-Zionism – the denial of Israel’s right to exist – as a form of anti-Semitism.
He also said parliament would vote on a new law to tackle hatred on the internet.
On Tuesday Mr Macron visited a Jewish cemetery near Strasbourg where graves were desecrated with Nazi symbols.
On the same day, thousands of people joined rallies across France in support of the Jewish community.