Paris: May Day protests - BBC News
French police fired tear gas to push back masked demonstrators in central Paris on Wednesday as thousands of people used an annual May Day rally to protest against President Emmanuel Macron’s policies...
Des gilets jaunes insultent violemment Finkielkraut pendant l'acte 14
Tas de merde, Barre-toi sale sioniste de merde : le philosophe Alain Finkielkraut a été l'objet de violentes insultes proférées par des gilets jaunes pendant la manifestation parisienne de samedi 17 f...
Réveillon Riots
The Réveillon riots occurred between 26–29 April 1789 centered in the St. Antoine district of Paris where a factory which produced luxury wallpaper was owned by Jean-Baptiste Réveillon. The factory em...
Notre-Dame Affair
The Notre-Dame Affair was an action performed by Michel Mourre, Serge Berna, Ghislain Desnoyers de Marbaix, and Jean Rullier, members of the radical wing of the Lettrist movement, on Easter Sunday, 9 ...
Gaza War
Gaza War may refer to any of three conflicts between Israel and the Hamas-controlled Palestinian territory in the Gaza Strip:
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1562 Riots of Toulouse
The 1562 Riots of Toulouse are a series of events (occurring largely in the span of a week) that pitted members of the Reformed Church of France (often called Huguenots) against members of the Roman C...
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2006 youth protests in France
The 2006 youth protests in France occurred throughout France during February, March, and April 2006 as a result of opposition to a measure set to deregulate labour. Young people were the primary parti...
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Situationist prank
Situationist prank is a term used in the mass media to label a distinctive tactic by the Situationist International, consisting of setting up a subversive political prank, hoax or stunt; In the termin...
2010 French pension reform strikes
The 2010 pension reform strikes in France were a series of general strikes and demonstrations which occurred in France throughout September and October 2010.They involved union members from both the p...
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International reaction to the Gaza War
International reaction to the Gaza War 2008-09 came from many countries and international organisations. International reaction to the conflict was also notable in the level of civilian demonstrations...
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Women's March on Versailles
The Women's March on Versailles, also known as The October March, The October Days, or simply The March on Versailles, was one of the earliest and most significant events of the French Revolution. The...
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University of Paris strike of 1229
In 1229, a student riot at the University of Paris resulted in the deaths of a number of students, and the ensuing "dispersion" or student strike in protest lasted more than two years and led to a num...
2005 civil unrest in France
In October and November of 2005, a series of riots by mainly Arab, North African, and black second-generation immigrants occurred in the suburbs of Paris and other French cities, involving mainly the ...
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Social situation in the French suburbs
The word banlieue, which is French for "suburb," does not necessarily refer to an environment of social disenfranchisement. Indeed there exist many wealthy suburbs, such as Neuilly-sur-Seine (the we...
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Anti-nuclear movement in France
In the 1970s, an anti-nuclear movement in France, consisting of citizens' groups and political action committees, emerged. Between 1975 and 1977, some 175,000 people protested against nuclear power in...
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Response to the 2005 civil unrest in France
The 2005 French riots led to a domestic and international response.
Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy, who has consistently advocated a tough approach to crime and restoring law and order, was a m...
Response to the 2005 civil unrest in France - Wikipedia