This file photo taken on July 20, 2016 shows an armed French soldier of the 35th RAP (35e regiment d'artillerie parachutiste), part of Operation Sentinelle, patrolling under at the Eiffel tower in Paris. (AFP / ALAIN JOCARD)
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