Violent protests against the killing of an Algerian youth by the police in France

Violent protests that started in France last days after the death of a young man of Algerian origin as a result of police shooting continue.

According to foreign media, the French government has not been able to control the violent protests that started in France after the death of a young man of Algerian origin as a result of police firing in the past few days, and with the passage of time, its scope has expanded to other areas. Is.

According to the report, incidents of arson, violence and looting have taken place in Marseille, Lyon, Pau, Toulouse and Lille for the third day and protesters are protesting by raising slogans of justice for Naheel.

Meanwhile, the incidents of property being set ablaze by the angry protestors are also continuously increasing. Along with burning property, protesters also set cars and banks on fire and barricaded roads and hurled missiles at the police.

On the instructions of French President Emile Macron, 40,000 policemen have been deployed to control the situation, while the government has also appealed to stop the violent demonstrations, but the appeals and all government measures have failed to control the protesters so far. have been proven.

According to French Interior Minister Gérald Darminin, 667 people have been arrested so far for their involvement in the violent protests.

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