This time anti-apartheid protests erupted in Paris

This time anti-apartheid protests erupted in Paris

International Desk (ChannelTT): Anti-apartheid movement has turned violent again. Police have killed another black man in Atlanta, UK. There have been protests outside the United States, including in New Zealand and France. The BBC reports that protesters have clashed with police in Paris.

On Saturday, the people of Paris erupted in rage against racism and police brutality.

In the afternoon, about 15,000 anti-apartheid protesters gathered at the Plus de la Ray publi in Paris. They were seen chanting 'No Justice, No Peace'.
Protesters marched under the banner 'Justice for Adama' in memory of Adama Treore, a black man killed by police in France in 2016.
Many protesters chanted slogans on top of the Marianne sculpture, the symbol of the French Republic.
With the permission of the authorities, the protesters gathered at the Plus Do La Republi. However, when they tried to march towards Opeha area, the police stopped them.
Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck.
At one stage, the two sides clashed due to police obstruction.
Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. In addition to Paris, people have protested against racism and police brutality in several cities in France, including Leon and Marseille.

Incidentally, the anti-apartheid movement around the world is centered around the death of a black man named George Floyd in police torture in Minneapolis, USA on May 25. The wave of this movement spread all over Europe. People are protesting in the streets, ignoring the corona infection.