Tensions rise in Toulouse following fatal shootings

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In March, garage mechanic Mohamed Merah, 24, killed seven people in the French city of Toulouse including three Jewish children. He claimed he had been trained by al- Qaeda.

After an unprecedented manhunt, he was finally traced and shot dead in his inner city apartment, which he had turned into a fortress.

But nine months on, Merah's crimes have stoked fear and resentment in Toulouse, with discernable tensions now growing between the Muslim and Jewish communities.

Christian Fraser reports.

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