Prosecutor Alex Perrin said the killings were "totally premeditated" by the 45-year-old, who was not known to the police or intelligence services.
Now is a tough time for everyone, especially job-hunting graduates. Recruitment specialists say young people should use the time to improve their skills.
A girl in London reportedly opened a card to find a message inside claiming to be from inmates at Shanghai's Qingpu Prison.
Tens of thousands of Greeks have left the country over the past decade in search of better career prospects. Now the Greek government has launched an incentive programme designed to encourage qualified young workers to return home.
Fundamental change is needed to help children learn the skills needed to meet transformations in the way we work, a panel moderated by Euronews has heard.
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