Nearly 1,000 arrested on fourth night of riots in France – BBC News

Nearly 1,000 people have been arrested across France in a fourth night of rioting after a teenage boy, Nahel M, was killed by a police officer.

There have been protests in Marseille, Lyon, Grenoble and some parts of Paris.

The 17-year-old’s funeral will be held on Saturday in the Nanterre suburb of the capital.

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Written by Cathy Gordon




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