A French city is establishing a special unit for the surveillance of anti-Semitic crimes in the region. The unit in Lyon, to be made up of local attorneys, public officials and community representatives, will meet at least three times a year, the public attorney of the Lyon court of appeals said. Lyon, home to the third-largest Jewish community in France, recently has seen an increase in anti-Semitic incidents.
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