More than 900 students protested against police brutality in the French capital. They also set some bins on fire. A black man was violently arrested and severely injured in early February, which led to the protests.
Elected six months ago on a platform of hope and change, French President Emmanuel Macron is taking no prisoners both at home and abroad in a bid to make his country great again. Elizabeth Bryant reports from Paris.
Four months after French President Emmanuel Macron was elected, workers have held a day of protests against changes to strict labor laws. The hard-left CGT union has called for workers to stage walkouts.
Protesters came out in support of a victim of alleged police brutality, which included being raped with a baton. Some protesters turned violent, which led to several arrests.
The alleged rape of a black man by police has sparked outrage and violence in France, drawing attention to the gritty banlieues. In one Paris suburb, however, youngsters have helped clean up the mess the mayhem caused.
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