European Union studies show France has a higher rate of domestic violence than most of its European peers. Frustrated activists are now drawing national attention to a problem President Emmanuel Macron has called "France's shame."
They have glued posters with the names of the dead to French city walls. By the hundreds, they have walked silently through city streets after each new death.
Two years after Macron made a campaign pledge to tackle the problem, the government has begun to act.
The government will announce measures Monday that are expected to include seizing firearms from suspects, prioritizing police training and formally recognizing "psychological violence" as a form of domestic violence.
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