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Olivier Royant rushes into his office. It’s Monday morning and the news of the Jewish school shooting in Toulouse has just broken. A pressing consultation with deputy editor Régis Le Sommier and a couple of phone calls later, six reporters and three photographers are on their way from Paris to join the Toulouse-based stringer. In total, Paris Match would have a team of 10 reporting first-hand on the shooting.

It will be another coffee-and-cigarette Monday night at the office to make sure that everything is completed on time for the Tuesday 15.00…

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