French police fire tear gas as anti far-right protesters march in Paris | Malay Mail

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French police fire tear gas as anti far-right protesters march in Paris | Malay Mail

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French police fire tear gas as anti far-right protesters march in Paris | Malay Mail

PARIS, April 16 — French security forces briefly fired tear gas in Paris on Saturday as opponents of the far-right marched in the capital, according to a Reuters witness. Demonstrators resumed their protests minutes later. — Reuters

channel for the latest updates.PARIS, April 16 — French security forces briefly fired tear gas in Paris on Saturday as opponents of the far-right marched in the capital, according to a Reuters witness.Demonstrators resumed their protests minutes later. — Reuters

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PARIS, April 16 — French security forces briefly fired tear gas in Paris on Saturday as opponents of the far-right marched in the capital, according to a Reuters witness. Demonstrators resumed their protests minutes later. Proceedings will take place under high security in NATO’s former headquarters and are expected to last until May 20, with a verdict likely to take several more weeks. — Reuters You May Also Like . During preparatory work to rebuild the church’s ancient spire last month, workers found the well-preserved sarcophagus buried more than a metre (three feet) underground, lying among the brick pipes of a 19th century heating system.