Paris is the most serious May 1 riot in 109 years in 50 years.

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 Paris is the most serious May 1 riot in 109 years in 50 years.


figure at the crime scene Overseas network on May 2, according to Agence France-Presse reports, local time 1, France Paris May Day parade violence. According to the latest news from the French police, 109 people have been detained. According to the times and CCTV news reports, on the day of the May 1st International Labor Day, trade unions of France were again acting in a decentralized manner, some of which called for demonstrations. In Paris, hundreds of masked men from the extremist groups threw petrol bombs at cars and shops, ransacked shops and fought with the police. The British media even called this incident the worst May 1 violence in Paris since May 1968. It is reported that demonstrations in Paris started from Bastille square and marched to Italy square. Paris police bureau pointed out that 20 thousand people demonstrated in Paris that day. There were 14 thousand and 500 demonstrators outside the trade union procession, of which nearly 1000 people were black clothing masked persons belonging to the black group extremist group. In addition to the trade union parade, the black clothes men destroyed public and private objects, set fire to the shops, and threw objects into the police, causing startling violence. The French interior minister, Cologne, condemned the violence and said it would do everything to stop the serious disorder and arrest the perpetrators of these despicable acts. According to the Russian satellite news agency, President Mucklow strongly condemned the riot and stressed that the responsible person would be responsible for his actions. Source: overseas network editor: Li Hang _BJS4645 It is reported that demonstrations in Paris started from Bastille square and marched to Italy square. Paris police bureau pointed out that 20 thousand people demonstrated in Paris that day. There were 14 thousand and 500 demonstrators outside the trade union procession, of which nearly 1000 people were black clothing masked persons belonging to the black group extremist group. In addition to the trade union parade, the black clothes men destroyed public and private objects, set fire to the shops, and threw objects into the police, causing startling violence. The French interior minister, Cologne, condemned the violence and said it would do everything to stop the serious disorder and arrest the perpetrators of these despicable acts. According to the Russian satellite news agency, President Mucklow strongly condemned the riot and stressed that the responsible person would be responsible for his actions.