France moves towards face-veil ban

Senate to approve bill after lower house overwhelmingly votes for new law.

    The French parliament's lower house has overwhelmingly approved a ban on the wearing of full face veils in public.

    The bill needs to be passed by the senate before it becomes law, but is facing little political resistance.

    Laurence Lee reports from Paris.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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