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Clashes break out in Paris over bill to limit filming of police

By Abiodun Ogundairo
06 December 2020   |   12:16 pm
Protesters lit fires and clashed with police at a Paris rally against a new bill that would limit the right to publish photos of officers. A recent video of police beating a Black man has boosted their cause.

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