Paris - A week before France's presidential election Cheap Canadiens Hoodies , President Francois Hollande warned the candidates against scapegoating Europe, and self-styled revolutionary Jean-Luc Melenchon tore into scandal-hit conservative Francois Fillon.

Here's what happened in the campaign on Sunday:

- Lay off Europe, says Hollande -

Commemorating the World War I battle of Chemin des Dames in northern France, Hollande credited Europe with "having protected us against war".

"Let's preserve it instead of scapegoating it," he said, in remarks aimed at a handful of candidates threatening to pull France out of the eurozone andor the European Union if elected.

The eurosceptics include far-right leader Marine Le Pen and Melenchon.

- 'No fascists here' -

Around 400 people demonstrated in the multi-ethnic Paris suburb of Aubervilliers against a rally planned by Marine Le Pen Monday in a nearby concert hall.

"No fascists in our neighbourhoods," they shouted.

The rally was called by a group of trade unions and NGOs working with refugees, along with the New Anticapitalist Party. Around 50 demonstrators skirmished with police.

- Fillon under fire -

Melenchon, a Communist-backed firebrand who has come from behind in the late stages of the campaign, drew tens of thousands of supporters chanting "Resistance" at a rally in the southwestern city of Toulouse.

The 65-year-old delivered an ode to freedom and international solidarity peppered with swipes at his rivals, particularly conservative former prime minister Francois Fillon.

Melenchon predicted the French would "give Mr Fillon an electoral dressing down" over revelations that his wife was paid for years for a suspected fake parliamentary job and that Fillon himself accepted gifts of luxury suits.

Macron also had a dig at Fillon, who spent Easter weekend mobilising his Catholic base.

"Being Catholic is about defending the rights of the poor, it's not about fighting to take away people's rights," Macron said during a visit to a Catholic-run charity, referring to Fillon's ties to groups that opposed a 2013 gay marriage law.

BEIJING, April 23 (Xinhua) -- Meng Dongxue follows 17 public accounts on Wechat, the most widely used messaging and networking service in China, and they are all about raising babies.

"Hundreds of strangers are helping me raising my little girl," said Meng, 26, mother of five-month old Xuegao.

WeChat public account is a free subscription service that allows individuals or organizations to broadcast text and video messages to all their subscribers, among other features.

Meng is among tens of millions of new moms in China. Last year saw the most births this century, 18.46 million, according to the National Health and Family Planning Commission.

Unsatisfied with merely providing adequate food and clothing for Xuegao, the top concern when Meng's parents raised her, Meng is focused on scientific parenting and education.

To ensure her baby has the best parenting available, Meng pays special attention on the source of advice, and chooses to follow public accounts created by pediatricians and psychologists.

"I don't want to be an old-style mom, and some of my parents' experiences are already outdated," said Meng.

A recent disagreement arose between Meng and her parents about a pillow. Both her parents and parents-in-law think that Xuegao should sleep with a pillow, but Meng insists she should not have a pillow until she learns how to sit.

"A prominent paediatrician posted an article, saying that babies feel uncomfortable on pillows when their spine is not well-developed," said Meng. "It's scientific and convincing."

The new parenting style of young moms like Meng has given rise to WeChat groups related to everything from breastfeeding and baby food to health, catering mostly to young parents used to getting their information online.

Nianiashuo, an account Meng follows, has attracted nearly 20,000 followers since it was created in 2015. Run by Zhou Jieren, mother of a two-year-old boy, Nianiashuo posts three articles a week about Zhou's personal experiences.

Working as an entrepreneur at a biomedical company herself with a husband who is a paediatrician, the couple tries to provide scientific parenting tips for new parents.

"We are overwhelmed by parenting information on the Internet, but the quality of advice can be misleading sometimes," said Zhou.

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