Paris, tear gas choked paris streets as riot police faced off with protesters setting fires tuesday amid growing global outrage over. Pockets of unrest broke out in a mainly peaceful demonstration against the 2016 death of a black frenchman in police custody, some 20 000 people defied a ban in paris on tuesday to protest the 2016 death of a young black man in french police custody. Nearly 15 000 demonstrators defied police orders and marched in a sprawling protest against police violence outside the paris, hundreds of people gathered in paris to protest the 2016 death of adama traor a 24 year old black man who died in custody.
Elsewhere italy's president warns covid 19 'is not over' and former uk pms join calls for a coordinated global response, thousands of people on tuesday defied a ban to protest in paris over the death of a young black man in french police custody. The police chief of paris defended his forces tuesday against accusations of brutality and racism as anger over alleged, u s bank goldman sachs has signed a lease for a new paris headquarters building committing to a city centre office. Parisians who have been cooped up for months with takeout food and coffee can savor their steak tartare in the fresh air and, police in riot gear drove back demonstrators with tear gas as the protesters demanded justice on tuesday for the death of.
Paris' famous street side cafes will reopen tuesday while restrictions are also being eased in parts of latin america