About 1.2 thousand cars burned in the New Years Eve in France

Clashes between police and offenders in New Year's Eve took place in a district of the city of Strasbourg and Mulhouse. Total per night and suffered seven law enforcement officers.

About 1.2 thousand cars burned in the New Year's Eve in France

About 1.2 thousand cars burned in the New Year's Eve in France, where the mass burning of vehicles on national holidays have become a kind of tradition among the residents of disadvantaged suburbs, reports AFP referring to the Minister of Interior Manuel Valls.

He said the clashes between police and offenders in New Year's Eve took place in a district of the city of Strasbourg and Mulhouse. Total per night and suffered seven law enforcement officers.

In recent years, the celebration of New Year's Day and Bastille Day (14 July) in France is often marked by widespread arson of cars. On the night of 1 January 2010 there were 1,137 burned thousands of cars, on the night of January 1, 2009 — 1,147 thousand.

In the summer of 2010, he was head of the Ministry of the Interior Brice Hortefeux announced its decision to discontinue the practice of public counting of the demonstrators, as this only encourages competition between the warring factions. The current Minister of Internal Affairs, believes that "the French people must know the truth."

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