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In Paris, protesters were dispersed with water cannons

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The proposed law on universal security has attracted sharp criticism from journalists for several weeks.





A protest rally against the global security law was held in Paris. BFMTV reports.

The protest action began at 13:00 local time. An hour before the start of the curfew, which begins at 18:00, the police asked the protesters to disperse.

Protesters threw bottles, firecrackers, and stones at police officers, and law enforcement officers used tear gas and water cannons.

The protesters are unhappy with Article 24 of this law, which provides for fines for photographing and filming police officers if the dissemination of these frames “threatens physical or mental integrity.”

Earlier it was reported that in Limoges, France, about 1.5 million residents of the suburbs were temporarily left without communications, radio, and television due to the arson of a 5G tower.




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