Not yet approved, the 2.5-meter-tall, 20 million-euro blastproof glass wall would encircle the landmark structure originally built for the 1889 World's Fair. The glass barrier will replace a metal fence that was put up to protect the structure from terrorists, hooligans, and others during the Euro 2016 tournament. France has been hit particularly hard by Islamist terrorist attacks, with the attack on Paris at the Bataclan theater, the truck attack in Nice, and the Charlie Hebdo attack, among others. Work should start later this year. Read the full story at BBC News.

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