French Newspaper Le Monde Will No Longer Publish Photos of Terror Suspects

In a summer of bloodshed and fear in France, one newspaper is digging in.

On Wednesday — a day after two apparent Islamic State-inspired attackers stormed a French village church and slit the throat of an 85-year-old priest — the major French newspaper Le Monde said it would no longer publish photographs of terrorist suspects. Jérôme Fenoglio, the editor in chief, called it a “first act of resistance” against Islamic State attempts to unleash civil unrest in France.

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