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Christian Guemy zmył swastyki ze skrzynek pocztowych z podobizną Simone Veil (11)

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Roses are placed next to vandalized mailboxes with swastikas covering the face of the late Holocaust survivor and renowned French politician, Simone Veil, before their renovation in Paris, Tuesday Feb.12, 2019. According to French authorities, the total of registered anti-Semitic acts rose to 541 in 2018 from 311 in 2017, a rise of 74 percent. (AP Photo/Michel Euler), APTOPIX
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A rose is placed on vandalized mailboxes with swastikas covering the face of the late Holocaust survivor and renowned French politician, Simone Veil, before their renovation in Paris, Tuesday Feb.12, 2019. According to French authorities, the total of registered anti-Semitic acts rose to 541 in 2018 from 311 in 2017, a rise of 74 percent. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
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French street artist Christian Guemy, known as C215, cleans the vandalized mailboxes with swastikas covering the face of the late Holocaust survivor and renowned French politician, Simone Veil, in Paris, Tuesday Feb.12, 2019. According to French authorities, the total of registered anti-Semitic acts rose to 541 in 2018 from 311 in 2017, a rise of 74 percent. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
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French street artist Christian Guemy, known as C215, cleans the vandalized mailboxes with swastikas covering the face of the late Holocaust survivor and renowned French politician, Simone Veil, in Paris, Tuesday Feb.12, 2019. According to French authorities, the total of registered anti-Semitic acts rose to 541 in 2018 from 311 in 2017, a rise of 74 percent. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
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Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo, right, watches French street artist Christian Guemy, known as C215, cleaning the vandalized mailboxes with swastikas covering the face of the late Holocaust survivor and renowned French politician, Simone Veil, in Paris, Tuesday Feb.12, 2019. According to French authorities, the total of registered anti-Semitic acts rose to 541 in 2018 from 311 in 2017, a rise of 74 percent. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
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French street artist Christian Guemy, known as C215, cleans the vandalized mailboxes with swastikas covering the face of the late Holocaust survivor and renowned French politician, Simone Veil, in Paris, Tuesday Feb.12, 2019. According to French authorities, the total of registered anti-Semitic acts rose to 541 in 2018 from 311 in 2017, a rise of 74 percent. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
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French lawyer Pierre-Francois Veil poses next to letter boxes displaying a portrait of her mother, late French politician and Holocaust survivor Simone Veil, on February 11, 2019 in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. - The French government called on February 12 for a firm response to a series of anti-Semitic acts over the weekend including graffiti and vandalism which have raised fresh alarm. In recent days, the word "Juden" (German for Jew) was scrawled on the window of a bagel bakery in Paris, and swastikas were drawn on Paris postal boxes decorated with a portrait of former government minister Simone Veil. (Photo by Christophe ARCHAMBAULT / AFP)
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French lawyer Pierre-Francois Veil poses next to letter boxes displaying a portrait of her mother, late French politician and Holocaust survivor Simone Veil, on February 11, 2019 in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. - The French government called on February 12 for a firm response to a series of anti-Semitic acts over the weekend including graffiti and vandalism which have raised fresh alarm. In recent days, the word "Juden" (German for Jew) was scrawled on the window of a bagel bakery in Paris, and swastikas were drawn on Paris postal boxes decorated with a portrait of former government minister Simone Veil. (Photo by Christophe ARCHAMBAULT / AFP)
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This photo taken on Monday, Feb. 11, 2019 and provided by the Paris city hall of the XIIIth district shows mailboxes with swastikas covering the face of the late Holocaust survivor and renowned French politician, Simone Veil, in Paris, France. According to French authorities, the total of registered anti-Semitic acts rose to 541 in 2018 from 311 in 2017, a rise of 74 percent. (Mairie du XIIIth via AP)
PICTURE TAKEN ON MONDAY, FEB. 11, 2019. AP PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS PUBLICLY DISTRIBUTED HANDOUT PHOTO PROVIDED BY THE MAIRIE DU XIIIeme. MANDATORY CREDIT
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This photo taken on Monday, Feb. 11, 2019 and provided by the Paris city hall of the XIIIth district shows a mailboxe with swastikas covering the face of the late Holocaust survivor and renowned French politician, Simone Veil, in Paris, France. According to French authorities, the total of registered anti-Semitic acts rose to 541 in 2018 from 311 in 2017, a rise of 74 percent. (Mairie du XIIIth via AP)
PICTURE TAKEN ON MONDAY, FEB. 11, 2019. AP PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS PUBLICLY DISTRIBUTED HANDOUT PHOTO PROVIDED BY THE MAIRIE DU XIIIeme. MANDATORY CREDIT
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A photo taken on February 11, 2019 in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, shows Anti-Semitic graffiti written on letter boxes displaying a portrait of late French politician and Holocaust survivor Simone Veil. (Photo by JACQUES DEMARTHON / AFP)
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