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Auto Shows rioters ignite 24 cars in the French provincial town of

15:20  28 september  2022
15:20  28 september  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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rioters have set fire to at least 24 cars in the French provincial town of Alençon and fought violent clashes with the police.

Randalierer haben in der französischen Provinzstadt Alençon mindestens 24 Autos in Brand gesetzt und sich gewaltsame Auseinandersetzungen mit der Polizei geliefert. © Jean-Francois Monier/AFP/dpa rioters have set fire to at least 24 cars in the French provincial town of Alençon and fought violent clashes with the police.

First, the officials arrested two occupants of a car in a problem area of ​​the Normandie city on Tuesday, the BFMTV broadcaster reported on Wednesday, referring to the police. The passenger was searched for with an arrest warrant, while the driver opposed the police and called riots. In the evening, dozens hooded cars and garbage cans in the district, destroyed bus stops and threw the police with fireworks. Nobody got hurt.

The fire brigade was only able to fight the fires after the police advanced to the district with alarmed reinforcements. The rioters blocked access roads with fallen cars, the newspaper “Ouest France” reported. Local residents in a hurry brought their cars to safety before the outbreak of violence. The background to the violence that did not break out for the first time in the district is the police's approach against drug dealers. These mobilize to violence to intimidate the law enforcement officers. There were initially no arrests on Wednesday night.

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