Renewed concerns arise over school violence in France as two teens suffer brutal attacks, one fatal.

Shamseddin, 15, died after being beaten by youths near his school in Viry-Chatillon.

Mayor Jean-Marie Vilain calls the violence “commonplace.” In another incident, 14-year-old Samara is assaulted in Montpellier.

Her mother alleges bullying over religious differences, though initial reports suggest otherwise.

These events spark broader worries about school violence amid societal tensions.

President Macron emphasizes the need to protect schools from escalating teen violence.

Marine Le Pen criticizes government response, while Mayor Vilain mourns the loss of Shamseddin, advocating for stricter punishment.

This perspective is drawn from information provided by BBC.

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