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France: Thousands protest against bill to curb filming of police

Deutsche Welle Saturday, 21 November 2020 ()
A draft law would make it a crime to circulate an image of a police officer with the intention that they be harmed. Critics say it hinders press freedom and the ability to hold officers accountable.
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News video: Thousands take to the streets of Paris to protest France's new law criminalising images of police

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Thousands of protesters descended onto the streets of Paris to demonstrate against a new law that will criminalise the photographing of on-duty police officers.

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