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France: Rioters set fire to a parking lot of new cars in Marseille – video

Unrest continues over the death of Nahel, the 17-year-old shot dead in Nanterre last Tuesday during a police check


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A group of rioters set fire to a new car park in Marseille. New riots have broken out in several cities in the course of protests over the death of Nahel, the 17-year-old shot dead in Nanterre last Tuesday during a police check.

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