Publish dateSunday 2 July 2023 - 13:33
Story Code : 272606
About 2,000 People Arrested So Far after deadly Police Shooting of Teen
About 2000 people were arrested after a protests over the fatal police shooting of a 17-year-old in France.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA)_Monitoring, The French media have reported that in the mass protests following the killing of a 17-year-old Algerian teenager by the police, the number of people arrested on the fifth day of the protests has been reported to be around 2,000.
Meanwhile, 45,000 French security forces have been deployed in cities to suppress protests and deal with unrest.
According to the statements of the French authorities, about 2,700 vehicles were set on fire and more than 200 policemen were injured in the protests of the past few days.
After the killing of a 17-year-old Algerian teenager on Tuesday (June 27), a wave of unrest has engulfed French cities.
The body of 17 years old, was cremated on Saturday with the participation of thousands of people in a mosque in the suburbs of Paris.
After widespread protests, Emmanuel Macron, the president of this country postponed his official trip to Germany, which was supposed to start today, Sunday this trip could have been the first trip of a French president to Germany in the last 23 years.
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