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Chinese living in Paris protest over safety concerns

06-21-2010 08:42 BJT

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Thousands of Chinese living in the French capital Paris, held a protest over safety concerns after a series of crimes and violent attacks against them.

They appealed to the French government, to strengthen security and look after their Chinese expatriates better.

The rally, lasted about two hours, with attendees including: representatives from the local Chinese community, Chinese students studying in France, as well as the victims themselves who were attacked in the city.

In past years, security situation in parts of Paris, has worsened, especially in areas populated by Chinese. Other Paris citizens showed their support by also taking part in the protest.

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CCTV.com

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