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Paris Police Use Tear Gas on Protesters, Arrest More Than 100

Once again, protesters have descended on the most famous boulevard in Paris, the Champ Elysees, with police using tear gas, stun grenades and water cannons Saturday on demonstrators who have breached security posts. Officials said more than 100 people had been arrested Saturday in Paris, and the Reuters news service reported that six policemen and 14 protesters had been injured. Some protesters piled wood and other debris near the Arc de Triomphe and lit it ablaze, police said. It...

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