25 September 2021
9 month ago
France- The French government has decided to "totally rewrite" part of a new controversial security law that has sparked nationwide protests, amid a raging debate over police violence and accountability
Mali: Al-Qaeda-linked militants carried out attacks on military targets. The Islamists fired rockets and mortar shells at three military units housing troops from France and the UN: Gao, Menaka and Kidal
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Rockets fired at French and UN bases in Mali
Coronavirus: 408 more deaths in 24 hours, still fewer hospitalized patients
The lawyer @GWGoldnadel assures that the police violence against Michel Zecler is lamentable, but that their instrumentalization by the extreme left to discredit all the police forces offends reason
Global security law: parliamentary majority suspends article 24
Images: al-Qaeda's JNIM/AQIM claims to have targeted a French military base in Mali
Rouen courthouse is currently being evacuated following a bomb threat9 month ago
Rouen courthouse is currently being evacuated following a bomb threat
Coronavirus - The Haute Autorité de Santé recommends that residents of nursing homes and certain people in the health sector be vaccinated first
[email protected]: "There is a habit of violence. We are used to seeing increasingly violent demonstrations"
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Police violence on Michel Zecler: 4 police officers indicted, including 2 placed in pre-trial detention
Two policemen - the brigadier and a peacekeeper placed in pre-trial detention. INFO @LePoint They are indicted in particular for violence against Michel Zecler in accordance with the requisitions of the Public Prosecutor's Office. The other two are placed under judicial supervision
Protests against the comprehensive security law: 98 injured among the police on Saturday
Vaucluse: a man stabs three people at an unauthorized dinner in Apt, the revelers have all been fined9 month ago
Vaucluse: a man stabs three people at an unauthorized dinner in Apt, the revelers have all been fined
Police violence: "My case is perhaps the last straw," writes Michel Zecler, the producer beaten by the police
8 photojournalists injured by French police yesterday. Yet according to the French government, the police are the real victims and so need to be protected by laws making it illegal to take pictures of them while on duty
MichelZecler affair: The accused police officers "explain having been unable to control Mr. Zecler who was struggling and explain the blows by the panic which had seized them" indicates the prosecutor
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A Brest-Paris TGV stopped for 3 hours after a bomb threat
France: The 4 police officers involved will appear before a judge for having beaten Michel Zecler according to a source close to the investigation. (AFP)
The March for Freedom in France already leaves 62 police officers injured and another 81 people arrested while Reporters Without Borders denounces a police attack on a photographer of Syrian origin who was covering the protests
Grenoble: After a bomb threat, the Grand'Place shopping center evacuated
Proposal for a law on the supervision of convicted persons for terrorism retoque by the Constitutional Council: "There is an administrative follow-up, I wanted a judicial follow-up", explains Yaël Braun-Pivet
A seriously injured, a suspect "very agitated" arrested. Violent fire in a hotel in Nice
France and Britain on Saturday signed a new deal to try to stop illegal migration across the Channel, increasing patrols and technology in hopes of closing a dangerous route used by migrants
Demonstration in Rennes: 2 CRS injured, the mayor says she is scandalized by the violence10 month ago
Demonstration in Rennes: 2 CRS injured, the mayor says she is "scandalized" by the violence
The police have dispersed the Bastille Square in central Paris
France: 23 policemen were injured in Paris and 14 in other cities as a result of the protests
French interior minister condemns 'unacceptable' protest violence against police
French police arrest 9 people in connection with riots in Place de la Bastille
Protesters burn a café in Place de la Bastille in central Paris
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