By FRANCO PANIZO and ANNA BONAVENTUREBERGBERG, Associated PressThe French music scene is in shock after a string of brutal attacks on French-born musicians and a string.
Here are some things you need to know:What happened?
The latest attacks include a string at the École Polytechnique in France’s second city, Toulouse, on Monday and a series of attacks against a Paris concert hall and concert hall, including the attack that left more than 40 people dead.
France’s Interior Ministry said Tuesday that more than 150 people were killed in those attacks, and at least 23 people were wounded.
The ministry said the violence erupted as students protested the death sentence handed down to a man convicted of a string on the musician Jacques Hamel.
It’s unclear who carried out the attacks.
Authorities said there were no obvious accomplices, but a video posted on social media appeared to show one of the attackers dressed in black with a hooded hood over his head.
A second video showed him driving away.
Authorities said the attacks were not the work of a lone gunman.
The French National Assembly is investigating.
The attacks have shaken the French music industry, with some artists and performers being forced to cancel shows or cancel performances.
There is a long tradition of white supremacy and violence against black and brown people in the music industry.
We have so much work ahead of us.””
I cannot help but think about my family, and how it all happened.
We have so much work ahead of us.”
The music industry is not immune.
The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences in the U.S. said in a report that the French government has been slow to take steps to combat the problem of white supremacists and neo-Nazis.
France is the fourth largest music market in the world, after the U and U.K. The country is home to more than 200 music stars, many of whom have been outspoken critics of President Donald Trump.
France has been one of Europe’s most economically developed nations.
It’s the world’s fourth-largest economy after China, Germany and the U, and it’s one of its most diverse.
The country has experienced a surge in the number of foreigners coming to France since last year, with more than 10,000 people from China, Japan, the U.
“They come for the music, they come for work, they go to the beach,” said one French artist, who requested anonymity because he did not want to be identified.