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Violent protests in Paris over alleged police rape

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Violent protests in Paris over alleged police rapeViolence spread in Paris's northern suburbs for a fourth night and French police arrested a dozen people, police said this morning, amid accusations that police officers raped and beat a man they were detaining.
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News video: Two dozen held as riots erupt near Paris over alleged police rape of local man

Two dozen held as riots erupt near Paris over alleged police rape of local man 00:52

Anger over the alleged rape by police of a young man in a Paris suburb has erupted into violence for a third successive night. Images of burning cars on the streets of Aulnay-sous-Bois were posted on Twitter by a local journalist. A police source is quoted as saying 24 people were arrested after...

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