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Riot-hit Lyon bans public meeting  Southern France: Police have banned any public gatherings on Sunday afternoon that might lead to unrest Riot erupts in Lyon city centre  Southern France: Police have fired tear gas to break up groups of youths who hurled stones and bins hours before a curfew Riots defy emergency plan  More than 500 cars had been torched; Around 200 people were arrested Anti-riot powers extended  Paris: The Cabinet has approved emergency measures allowing local officials to impose curfews in communities Riots claim first victim  Paris: Jean-Jacques Le Chenadec, 61, who was beaten by an attacker as he tried to put out a trash can fire has died Riots rage a 10th angry night
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B. 2016-06-12 Euro 2016: Russia, England threatened with disqualification over violence Marseille, Southern France
2. 2013-07-21 Veil row sparks Paris suburb unrest Trappes, Paris
D. 2012-08-14 Riots leave injured police, damaged buildings Amiens, France
4. 2010-07-17 Order pledge after Grenoble riots Grenoble, Southern France
F. 2010-07-17 Grenoble rioters shoot at police Grenoble, Southern France
G. 2007-11-26 Riots rock suburb for second night Paris
H. 2007-02-08 Police probed in riot case Paris
I. 2006-03-18 Riots erupt after protests Paris
2006-03-18 Labor law protests turn violent Paris

Veil row sparks Paris suburb unrest   Crowds of youths have thrown stones at French police and set fire to cars in a second night of disturbances in the Paris suburb of Trappes Riots leave injured police, damaged buildings   Seventeen police officers were injured in violent clashes with young people in the city of Amiens in northern France overnight Order pledge after Grenoble riots   Southern France: The French government has vowed to restore order after rioting in the eastern city of Grenoble over a shooting by police Grenoble rioters shoot at police Map of Grenoble France  Southern France: Rioters have fired shots and burned cars after police shot dead a man accused of robbing a local casino Riots rock suburb for second night   Paris: Club-wielding police fought stone-throwing rioters for a second night, with at least 5 officers suffering injuries during the clashes Police probed in riot case  Paris: Two police officers have been placed under formal investigation over the death of 2 youths which prompted weeks of rioting Riots erupt after protests  Paris: Riot police have used tear gas and water cannon after protests against a new law turned violent Labor law protests turn violent
Euro 2016: Russia, England threatened with disqualification over violence Map of Marseille France


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Jun.12
  Southern France: Russia and England could be kicked out of the championship if their supporters are involved in further acts of violence, UEFA has warned


year 2013 Top ^

Jul.21


year 2012 Top ^

Aug.14


year 2010 Top ^

Jul.17


year 2007 Top ^

Nov.26
Feb.8


year 2006 Top ^

Mar.18
  Paris: The clashes resulted in 4 injured police officers and 12 hurt protesters.49 people were detained
 Scattered bonfires, bottle-throwing, smoke filled barricaded streets. Students and union workers upset about a new labor law that will allow employers to fire younger workers more easily. Police in Paris arrested 156 people.



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Nov.13
Nov.12
Nov.8
Nov.7
Nov.5
  Paris: Arson fires burned in the central and southern parts of the nation. 2 schools in Grigny were set ablaze
Nov.4 No halt to urban violence  Police have arrested more than 30 people. Nearly 100 cars have been burnt Riots spread beyond Paris
  Youths burned buildings and more than 500 vehicles in the 8hth consecutive night of rioting. 80 arrests were made
Nov.3 Rioters shoot at police  Paris: Youths shot at police and firefighters and attacked trains despite more than 1,000 riot police patrolling the streets Gunfire as riots intensify  Paris: Police and fire crews battled rioters who attacked a commuter train and set buses, and a school ablaze Nov.2 Seventh night of violence  Paris: Youths have been roaming the streets with sticks, as buildings have been vandalised and vehicles set alight Nov.1 Sixth night of riots  Paris: In the troubled suburbs police is firing rubber bullets and tear gas as they faced down gangs of youths Oct.26 Boys' electrocution starts riots Map of Clichy-sous-Bois France
  Paris: Reports say the boys were trying to evade police in Clichy-sous-Bois. The crowds blamed police for the deaths of the 2 boys
 The riots and violent clashes in October and November were involving mainly the burning of cars and public buildings by groups of youths. Events spread to poor housing projects in parts of France. The state of emergency was declared on November 8, and things went back to normal on November 17


year 2003 Top ^

Jan.26 Anti-French riots   Ivory Coast: Stone-throwing mobs attacked the French embassy and army base as thousands marched in over a peace accord


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