Protesters loot armory in Marseille; There are 971 detainees after the death of a teenager at the hands of the police

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Protesters in France looted an armory in the center of Marseille, France's second largest city, taking some hunting rifles but no ammunition, police said.

The store is now under police surveillance.

French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin raised to 917 the number of detainees during the protests held by the death of Nahel, a 17-year-old Algerian, who was killed by a police officer in Nanterre.

Darmanin announced a deployment of about 45,000 police and gendarmes on Friday night to combat the protests.

They analyze decreeing a state of emergency

He also put the table back on the table. possibility to decree a state of emergency in the country.

“In 50 years, we have used the state of emergency four times. President Chirac used it after 10 days of riots, ”he said during an interview with TF1 Info. "No measure is ruled out."

Meanwhile, the protests in different parts of France continue, especially in the Place de la Concorde, in Paris, where a security device closely follows the actions of the protesters, he said. le parisien.

Protests against police violence continue

The security forces have had to disperse the crowd in the center of Lyon after several demonstrators, gathered to protest the police violence of the last daysThey fired fireworks at the police.

The same situation is taking place in Marseille, where in the framework of the demonstrations, a group of people looted a Sephora brand store, while dozens of protesters also entered an Apple store in Strasbourg.

On the other hand, a young man in his 20s died after falling from the roof of a store in Petit-Quevilly, in the Seine-Maritime department, as part of protests against police violence in the city, reported Le Figaro. (Reuters and Europa Press)

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