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A school has banned mobile phones after pupils posted videos online of a year-old boy being stabbed in the playground. The teen was rushed to hospital with a slash injury to his chest after a row over drugs and one of the teenagers was handed a knife, a parent said. Some filmed the stabbing on mobile phones and the footage was circulated online, prompting talks of a blanket ban on the use of phones during school hours. The victim has been discharged from hospital following the attack, which has been described as an "isolated incident" by teachers and police. He said: "My son saw the whole thing.
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An anti-Islam video posted online by a French teenager has sparked death threats, a hate campaign and an intense debate on the right to blasphemy, including at the top level of the French government. On January 18, year old high school student Mila was live on Instagram, chatting with her followers. One of them was flirting with her and when the LGBT teen rejected his advances, he accused her of racism. There are still people who are going to get upset, I clearly don't give a damn, I say what I want, what I think. The video quickly became viral, prompting death threats and an online hate campaign against Mila, forcing the teenager to drop out of school. The public prosecutor's office subsequently opened two separate investigations, one in connexion with the death threats received by the teenager; and the other one to determine whether her comments constituted 'incitement to racial hatred', which is banned under French law, unlike blasphemy, which is legal. Right-wing politician Nicolas Dupont-Aignan tweeted: "Shame to the Prosecutor's office who is treating the victim and her aggressors on an equal footing". It is those who threaten her who shall be condemned! Religion is an opinion.