US News INFO OBS. The Syrian photojournalist injured during a demonstration in Paris will file a complaint

19:10  03 december  2020
19:10  03 december  2020 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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  INFO OBS. Le photojournaliste syrien blessé lors d’une manifestation à Paris va porter plainte © Copyright 2020, L'Obs

Syrian photographer Ameer al-Halbi, seriously injured in the face on Saturday November 28 in Paris, during a demonstration against the text of law "global security" and police violence, will file a complaint, according to his lawyer Hugo Lévy with "Obs".

An investigation, entrusted to the General Inspectorate of the National Police (IGPN), was opened on Monday "to investigate the causes of the injuries" suffered by Ameer al-Halbi. It aims to clarify the conditions for the serious injury to the face of the 24-year-old photographer, who had covered the Syrian conflict for the AFP and has been living in France for almost three years.

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"I experienced the same thing during a demonstration in Aleppo", tells the Syrian photojournalist injured by the police in Paris

An "internal administrative" investigation demanded by AFP was also opened by the police to determine the circumstances of the incident. A truncheon by a police officer could be involved.

"The police have arrived ..."

Video: Ameer al-Halbi, Syrian photographer injured during the demonstration in Paris testifies: "I had the image of Aleppo" (Le Figaro)

Ameer al-Halbi was on the ground in a freelance capacity during the demonstration. He told AFP that at the time of the scuffles at the end of the demonstration at Place de la Bastille, he had taken, a few minutes before the incident, "pictures of the police hitting someone."

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A few minutes later, "The police arrived and suddenly I found myself on the ground, I didn't realize what happened. I think it was one hit. People stepped on me, then someone helped me, ”he says.

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" We are shocked by the wounds inflicted on our colleague Ameer al-Halbi and we condemn this unprovoked violence, reacted Sunday Phil Chetwynd, director of information of the 'AFP, stressing that at the time of the facts, Ameer al-Halbi "was exercising his legal right as a photojournalist covering the demonstrations in the streets of Paris" and that he "was with a group of colleagues clearly identified as journalists".

Ameer al-Halbi won second prize in the Spot News category for World Press Photo in 2017 and covered for AFP the fighting and devastation in his hometown of Aleppo, in the midst of the Syrian conflict.

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