Michel Foucault, of course, wrote about hospitals and prisons. This article, which you can read here in the NYT, describes the so-called Buttes-Chaumont group at the center of the current-recent mayhem in Paris. Plotting out local and international networks, the article reads like a digest of something that a Foucault should write. Its topographies include park, prison, mosque.
Reflecting on these events, Daniel Cohn-Bendit, a leader of the German student youth movement in the 1960s had this to say in an interview in Libération, a translation of which you can read here. “Likewise, this picture, of Jews trapped with a baby in the freezer of the kosher market brings back a feeling of horror. [France] must ask itself the question: Why does this country create monsters?”