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#France: Clashes after suspicious death of a young man in #Argenteuil, #Paris [Video]

Yesterday, an 18-year-old named Sabri was found dead in front of a pool of blood near the remains of his motorcycle in the Argenteuil suburb of Paris. A suspicious death, a BAC [1] car was spotted near the scene.

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The return of death or humble contribution to the ongoing reflection for the post-containment world [Video]

The Local Cinematography Committee offers you a new mash-up film. The return of death or humble contribution to the ongoing reflection for the post-containment world.

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Aerospace worker: To produce yes, but for whom? And why?

The pandemic continues to ravage the world. All are affected, old, young, cashiers, doctors. Even current deputies or former ministers … The President of the Republic was very clear: we are at war, and to win this war you must stay at home. The State will pay in full those who take shelter.

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The State of Health Emergency in #France: Social Order, Whatever it Costs

Since March an arsenal of measures has been deployed in France to stop the spread of covid-19. Far from being limited to the medical field, these measures imply profound changes in the functioning of state institutions, particularly the judiciary. The state of health emergency establishes an authoritarian State, destroys the rights of the defence and exacerbates the security-based reflex. In this context, collective defence groups and legal teams remain active during the lockdown so as not to leave anyone face the police and the judicial system alone.

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#Paris – Let’s take the streets on #MayDay!

The curfew in France is much more restrictive than in this country [Germany, Enough 14]. Since yesterday there is a call to gather in Paris on May 1st at 10:00 a.m. at the Place de la République. “Capitalism is the virus. The revolution is the medicine”

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Unrest in #Beaubreuil, #France: “We are at war”… against the police!

For a week now, riots have been continuing in the suburbs of France. Several hundred riot cops have been sent to the districts. By the middle of the week, it is said that there were about 2,000 cops, then no more numbers were published. Instead, dozens of videos are circulating on social networks from the various cities in which long columns of CRS [1] vans can be seen.

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Revolts and conditions in detention centres across #France

France. Since 11 April, people have been revolting in several detention centres (CRAs) across France (and of course in other places, like Belgium). People locked up in CRA Mesnil-Amelot (Paris) had occupied and blocked part of the building. In Vincennes (Paris),  a fire started. Prisoners in Oissel (Rouen) have declared a hunger strike. Beginning March, people have been actively resisting the conditions in detention centres during the time of confinement and detention in itself.

Image above. Archive image: 2008 Vincennes CRA on fire.

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