French policewoman Sandra Bertin gives a press conference on July 24, 2015, in Nice, southeastern France. / AFP / VALERY HACHE
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France's government closed ranks around Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve Monday amid an intensifying dispute over allegations his staff tried to alter a report into policing on the night of the deadly Bastille Day attack in Nice.Valls' Socialist government is under fire for not doing enough to prevent a 31-year-old Tunisian ploughing his rented truck through a crowd of revelers on a Nice beachfront boulevard, killing 84 people.Ten months ahead of general elections, conservative politicians from Nice led by regional government president Christian Estrosi have aggressively criticized the strength of the national police force presence on the night of July 14 .Nice, a French Riviera city of nearly 350,000 people, is France's most heavily policed urban area and has an extensive network of surveillance cameras.
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