After the terror attacks in Paris last November — a carefully coordinated series of assaults carried out by multiple attackers, resulting in 130 deaths — there was intense pain and fear, but also a spirit of unity and resilience. By contrast, since the Bastille Day massacre in Nice — where an attacker, having received help from five men better described as criminals than as radical Islamists, barreled a truck into a crowd, killing 84 people, many of them children — the dominant feelings seem to be impotence and anger.
The French are now frustrated ...
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