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Europe Why Nice attack is being met with anger, not unity, from French public

After the Bataclan attacks in November, France rallied behind President Hollande. But the deadly rampage in Nice has heightened demands for better government security efforts.

In the aftermath of the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks across Paris, the French public – normally known for their disdain for authority – stood in unity with their president, François Hollande, who saw his support surge to its highest levels in three years.

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