French travel agency name changed after Paris attack
French travel company La Touraine was renamed La Tourée in the aftermath of a deadly terror attack in Paris on Nov. 13.
The name change came after a French court found that the company had made “a deliberate and deliberate attempt to conceal” the identity of a client of the firm.
The decision came after the company was sued by the client’s wife, who alleged that La Touraé had failed to provide the name of her husband to the police.
La Touré was founded in the early 19th century and was bought by the family of the late French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre in 2010.
It is one of the oldest travel agencies in the world and has offices in Paris, Berlin, Madrid and Rome.