In France, a secondary school in Rio was closed for the second day because its teachers were threatened with death.
The prosecution believes that the incident is not related to terrorism and that the threat is aimed at disrupting the school and causing fear.
Three 15-year-olds have been detained, the prosecutor’s office has revealed.
The school has about 1,000 students who are currently studying remotely until the school can start working full-time again, according to French media.
France was shaken in October by the assassination of teacher Samuel Pati.
On October 16, a young Chechen immigrant born in Moscow murdered Samuel Pati, a Parisian suburban teacher, who had shown cartoons of the Muslim prophet Muhammad to students in a free speech class.
Before the murder, Pati was threatened, and after his murder, questions arose as to why no security measures were put in place if the school was threatened.
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