I thought that in 45 years of reporting in 170 countries I had seen everything, the best and the worst of men, wars, famines, riots, earthquakes, volcanoes, crimes, Chernobyl, Fukushima, fascist or communist dictatorships, pollution , etc … But now, during this reportage from Marseille to Nice, barely meeting 20 people, and a few police men , I can hardly find the words to express this vacuum. As if humanity had disappeared … and being alone, really alone in Saint Tropez in the spring … even the weirdest writers would not have done better … or worse ???? François Lochon...
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