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Ausschreitung
16.02.2017

Ausschreitungen bei Demonstration in Paris

Die Proteste gegen die Polizeigewalt erreichen nun auch die französische Hauptstadt.

Bei einer Demonstration von etwa 400 Menschen gegen Polizeigewalt ist es in Paris zu Ausschreitungen gekommen. Einige Demonstranten zündeten Müllbehälter an und warfen Flaschen auf Polizisten, die ihrerseits Tränengas einsetzen, berichteten die Regionalzeitung "Le Parisien" und andere Medien am Mittwochabend.

Knapp zwei Wochen nach vermuteten Übergriffen von Polizisten bei der Festnahme eines 22-Jährigen in Aulnay-sous-Bois bei Paris erreichten die Proteste nun die Hauptstadt. Auch in anderen Städten des Landes gab es Demonstrationen. In Rouen in der Normandie wurden 21 Menschen vorläufig festgenommen, berichtete die Nachrichtenagentur AFP. In Lille gingen 500 Demonstranten auf die Straße.

This picture taken on February 15, 2017, shows a vandalised shop window after sporadic clashes between the police and people after a demonstration showing support to a 22-year-old youth worker, identified only as Theo, after he was assaulted on February 2, in Le Marais district in Paris. French President Francois Hollande called for "justice" over the alleged rape of a black youth with a police baton, an incident that has sparked 10 nights of rioting and more than 200 arrests. / AFP PHOTO / GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT © Bild: APA/AFP/GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT
This picture taken on February 15, 2017, shows a vandalised bottles bin after sporadic clashes between the police and people after a demonstration showing support to a 22-year-old youth worker, identified only as Theo, after he was assaulted on February 2, in Le Marais district in Paris. French President Francois Hollande called for "justice" over the alleged rape of a black youth with a police baton, an incident that has sparked 10 nights of rioting and more than 200 arrests. / AFP PHOTO / GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT © Bild: APA/AFP/GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT
Anti riot police stands guard as people gather during a demonstration to show support to a 22-year-old youth worker, identified only as Theo, after he was assaulted on February 2, in Barbes Rochechouart district in Paris, on February 15, 2017. French President Francois Hollande called for "justice" over the alleged rape of a black youth with a police baton, an incident that has sparked 10 nights of rioting and more than 200 arrests. / AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE LOPEZ © Bild: APA/AFP/PHILIPPE LOPEZ
People stand in front of burning bins during a demonstration to show support to a 22-year-old youth worker, identified only as Theo, after he was assaulted on February 2, in Barbes Rochechouart district in Paris, on February 15, 2017. French President Francois Hollande called for "justice" over the alleged rape of a black youth with a police baton, an incident that has sparked 10 nights of rioting and more than 200 arrests. / AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE LOPEZ © Bild: APA/AFP/PHILIPPE LOPEZ
People stand in front of burning bins during a demonstration to show support to a 22-year-old youth worker, identified only as Theo, after he was assaulted on February 2, in Barbes Rochechouart district in Paris, on February 15, 2017. French President Francois Hollande called for "justice" over the alleged rape of a black youth with a police baton, an incident that has sparked 10 nights of rioting and more than 200 arrests. / AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE LOPEZ © Bild: APA/AFP/PHILIPPE LOPEZ
An anti riot policeman holds a tear gas canister as he walks by a fire during a demonstration to show support to a 22-year-old youth worker, identified only as Theo, after he was assaulted on February 2, in Barbes Rochechouart district in Paris, on February 15, 2017. French President Francois Hollande called for "justice" over the alleged rape of a black youth with a police baton, an incident that has sparked 10 nights of rioting and more than 200 arrests. / AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE LOPEZ © Bild: APA/AFP/PHILIPPE LOPEZ
A person holds a placard reading "Cops, rapists, killers" as people gather during a demonstration to show support to a 22-year-old youth worker, identified only as Theo, after he was assaulted on February 2, in Barbes Rochechouart district in Paris, on February 15, 2017. French President Francois Hollande called for "justice" over the alleged rape of a black youth with a police baton, an incident that has sparked 10 nights of rioting and more than 200 arrests. / AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE LOPEZ © Bild: APA/AFP/PHILIPPE LOPEZ
People kiss during a demonstration to show support to a 22-year-old youth worker, identified only as Theo, after he was assaulted on February 2, in Barbes Rochechouart district in Paris, on February 15, 2017. French President Francois Hollande called for "justice" over the alleged rape of a black youth with a police baton, an incident that has sparked 10 nights of rioting and more than 200 arrests. / AFP PHOTO / GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT © Bild: APA/AFP/GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT
People gather as anti riot police spreads tear gas during a demonstration to show support to a 22-year-old youth worker, identified only as Theo, after he was assaulted on February 2, in Barbes Rochechouart district in Paris, on February 15, 2017. French President Francois Hollande called for "justice" over the alleged rape of a black youth with a police baton, an incident that has sparked 10 nights of rioting and more than 200 arrests. / AFP PHOTO / GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT © Bild: APA/AFP/GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT
People hold smoke flares during a demonstration to show support to a 22-year-old youth worker, identified only as Theo, after he was assaulted on February 2, in Barbes Rochechouart district in Paris, on February 15, 2017. French President Francois Hollande called for "justice" over the alleged rape of a black youth with a police baton, an incident that has sparked 10 nights of rioting and more than 200 arrests. / AFP PHOTO / GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT © Bild: APA/AFP/GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT
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