Police uses a water cannon against protesters as they clash during a demonstration in Republique square, Paris, France on Saturday. Photo: EPA-EFE Police uses a water cannon against protesters as they clash during a demonstration in Republique square, Paris, France on Saturday. Photo: EPA-EFE
Police uses a water cannon against protesters as they clash during a demonstration in Republique square, Paris, France on Saturday. Photo: EPA-EFE
France

Controversial security law spurs renewed protests across France

  • According to the Interior Ministry, about 32,770 people took part in the protests nationwide, 5,050 of them in Paris
  • The draft law includes a number of other controversial measures, such as the expansion of video surveillance by the police

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Police uses a water cannon against protesters as they clash during a demonstration in Republique square, Paris, France on Saturday. Photo: EPA-EFE Police uses a water cannon against protesters as they clash during a demonstration in Republique square, Paris, France on Saturday. Photo: EPA-EFE
Police uses a water cannon against protesters as they clash during a demonstration in Republique square, Paris, France on Saturday. Photo: EPA-EFE
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