With nationalism spreading in Europe and allies weakened or gone, France’s Emmanuel Macron is the only leader fighting freely for the ideals that established the European Union. Will the same threats undo him too?
Le Pont-de-Beauvoisin, France—White balloons float skyward on August 27 after being released at the end of a march paying tribute to Maëlys de Araujo, an 8-year-old French schoolgirl abducted at a wedding and murdered a year earlier. Maëlys’s body was found in February, six months after she went missing; that month, Nordahl Lelandais, a former soldier, admitted to the murder.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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