Controversial anti-terror legislation was signed by French President Emmanuel Macron on October 30. The new law ends the two-year state of emergency enacted after the November 2015 terror attacks in Paris that killed 130 people.
The new measures also give security services permanent authority to shut places of worship deemed to be fostering extremism, confine the movements of terrorism suspects and search their homes without necessarily seeking the approval of a court first.
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