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#Paris: eviction of the young migrants camp set up in Jules Ferry Square

Paris. France. The camp, which housed more than 70 young people considered by several associations as foreign minors, in the Jules Ferry square in the centre of Paris, was evicted Tuesday morning. The young people were directed to a gymnasium and hotels.

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#Calais Migrant Solidarity: Update Supporting people in Detention

France. For everyone who has close ones in deport centers or who would like to support the people who are victims of the racist incarceration of those who don’t have the “good” papers, here is a short guide to supporting people in detention in France.

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#France / #Italy: Anarchist Comrade Carla Arrested in St. Etienne

27/28.07.2020: After almost a year and a half on the run, more precisely since February 7, 2019 when the l’Asilo Occupato was evicted and Operation Scintilla began, Carla was arrested with a European arrest warrant on Sunday, July 23rd in St. Etienne, near Lyon.

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#Paris: Eviction from the Saint-Denis Canal migrant camp

Paris. France. Nearly 1,500 migrants were “sheltered” on Wednesday when they were expelled from the Aubervilliers camp north of Paris. The associations fear the reformation of a camp within a few weeks. They denounce the repeated dismantling without any real solution.

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#Paris, July 14: Cops chased out of health care workers demo [Video]

Many people took the streets in Paris and other French cities on the national holiday July 14. Health care workers Gilets Jaunes and many others called for the demonstrations. The cops had a hard time in Paris yesterday. A video.

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Class War 10/2019: “Yellow vests”

CW’s Note: It’s with a very huge delay that we finally post here our second bulletin focused on the struggles known as the “gilets jaunes” movement, bulletin we initially published in… November 2019. This material was ready in English much sooner but meanwhile the Covid-19 pandemic and the lock-down measures imposed by the capitalist State slowed down in the meantime our activities in process. We are nevertheless sure that the analysis and information contained in this bulletin are still valid and relevant for the further episodes of the class war waged by the revolutionary proletariat against its everlasting enemy, i.e. the bourgeoisie and the capitalist social relations… Have a good reading!

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#Caen, #France: eviction of the squat of the former Guy Liar College in #Mondeville

On Wednesday 24th June, from 6am, the Calvados prefecture evicted a squat in Mondeville, the former Guy Liard college on rue Albert Bayet at the request of the owner, the departmental council and with the agreement of the town hall of Mondeville.

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Police and #COVID19: Two of a Kind – Why One Nurse Risked Her Life to Fight the Virus and the Police

France. We stand in solidarity with Farida C., a 50-year-old nurse at the hospital Paul-Brousse de Villejuif, who contracted COVID-19 in the course of her efforts to treat patients during the pandemic and now faces charges as a consequence of using projectiles to defend demonstrators from police attacks in Paris last week. Both of these activities demonstrate tremendous courage and self-sacrifice. Fighting the COVID-19 virus and fighting police violence are two aspects of the same program.

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