In the Parisian suburb of Nanterre, riots broke out after the murder of a 17-year-old teenager by a policeman who refused to obey the demands of the police. This is reported by the newspaper Le Monde.
The clashes began several hours after the teenager was killed by law enforcement officers for refusing to stop the car. Local residents gathered in front of the police building, some demonstrators set fire to garbage cans and barricades, they also threw firecrackers at the police and vandalized a bus stop. In return, the police fired tear gas. As a result of the protest action, 15 people were detained.According to the BFMTV channel, the riots spread from Nanterre to other suburbs of Paris. The incident took place on the morning of Tuesday, June 27th. It is specified that the policeman demanded that the 17-year-old teenager stop the car, and when he refused to comply with the requirements, he shot at him. The police officer was taken into custody on suspicion of premeditated murder.Earlier in Omsk, an eighth-grader in a Lada car arranged a GTA-style race with the police, leaving the chase, crashed into a residential building and was caught on video.