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The books we’ll read in 2016

The new year’s most-anticipated books, and its most unlikely and controversial hits

France’s Jewish exodus—to Britain

In the wake of the Paris attacks, thousands of French Jews are fleeing—not to Israel, but to Britain

14 essential reads on the Paris shootings

Editor’s picks: News, opinion and analysis on the headlines out of France

The Editorial: The Paris attacks and the larger threat of Boko Haram

Boko Haram’s massacre in Baga has significance far beyond the immediate human consequences

Picking sides in the fight for France

Many Muslim immigrants love France. But many understand the country doesn’t love them back.

How the Muslim world is being left behind

Why each new terror attack only further marginalizes the Muslim world

Letters: ‘Love for all, hatred for none’

Maclean’s readers write in about the killings in Paris

France’s other rally: Triumphant, and foreboding

Paul Wells sends a dispatch from Beaucaire in France, where Marine Le Pen’s counter-rally drew an ominous response from the crowd

France remains Charlie: Scenes from Paris’s unity rally

Nick Kozak’s powerful photos from an emotional gathering in Paris

After three days of bloodshed, Saturday routine

Video: Paul Wells visits two neighbourhoods that may prove key to understanding what happened this week