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In addition to 45,000 police and gendarmes, special police teams deployed in the field at night across the country.

In response to the killing of the driver, Nael M. To date, about 3,200 people have been arrested.

In Nanterre, a suburb of the capital, Paris, on June 27, a police officer shot and killed the driver, Nael M., by firing a single bullet into the car carrying 3 people who had not obeyed the “stop” warning.

The incident became the number one agenda in the country after amateur footage of the moment Nael M. was shot was circulated on social media and the footage contradicted the initial information provided to the press by the police.

A.A.A. reporter, compiled the news in the press about the killing of Nael M. and the events that followed.

The events that began in Nanterre spread to neighboring countries

On the night of the incident, especially in Nanterre and nearby towns, young people poured into the streets, set fire to cars and rubbish bins, and threw fireworks at the police.

On the second night, the demonstrations spread to some suburbs of Paris and several major cities in the country, and the demonstrations spread to Belgium on the third day and Switzerland on the fifth day.

At least 5,000 vehicles were set on fire, a thousand buildings were damaged or set on fire, and 250 police/gendarmerie stations were attacked in the protests that continued into the night.

More than 700 law enforcement officers were injured during the demonstrations, and nearly 3,200 people were arrested.

French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin stated that the average age of those arrested was 17.

The attack on the home of the mayor of France sparked violent reactions

The attack on the home of L’Hay-les-Roses Mayor Vincent Janbron over the weekend caused a reaction in the country.

Yesterday, 297 vehicles and 34 buildings were set on fire across France, and arson attacks took place in 352 public places.

Clashes broke out between police and activists at a demonstration in Nanterre to commemorate Nael.

The police apologize to the family of the late teenager

The Nanterre Prosecutor’s Office announced that the police officer who killed the young man would be charged with “intentional murder”.

The arrested police apologized to the young man’s family through his lawyer, Laurent-Frank Lenard.

Shops were looted and municipalities, police stations and schools were set on fire.

Protests continue despite the government’s call for citizens to “quiet” for days.

Shops were looted in many cities such as Paris, Marseille, Reims, Tours and Strasbourg.

In the first five days of demonstrations where serious clashes occurred between police and protesters, 250 police and gendarmerie stations were burned and fireworks were thrown at security forces.

Town halls in Clichy-sous-Bois, Lille, Halloween, Mons-en-Parolles, Garges-les-Jones, Nogent-sur-Oise, Villeneuve-le-Roy, schools in Tourquin, Évreux and Bezons, historic buildings in Marseille. The library was set on fire.

Bus and tram services in the Ile-de-France region, where demonstrations have been intense, were canceled after 21:00 local time until a new order.

A curfew was announced in 10 cities

Curfews have been imposed in at least 10 cities in the country between certain hours of the night.

In cities such as Lyon and Marseille, special police teams have been deployed, especially in the fight against terrorism and organized crime, and armored vehicles have been used in the field.

Gendarmerie helicopters also patrolled last week in Nanterre, Lyon, Nice and Marseille.

The number of police and gendarmerie has increased to 45 thousand.

While the Ministry of the Interior allocated 2,000 policemen and gendarmes in the Paris suburbs on June 28, this number rose to 45,000 nationwide as of June 29.

The number of wounded activists is not known.


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