İsviçre basınındaki haberlere göre, Nael M. için düzenlenen protestolar dün gece İsviçre'nin Lozan kentine de sıçradı.Fransa'daki gösterilere destek vermek için 100 gencin toplandığı Lozan'da çıkan olaylarda 7 kişi gözaltına alındı. Gözaltına alınanların 15 ila 24 yaşında olduğu kaydedildi.

Emniyetten yapılan açıklamaya göre göstericiler, Flon Mahallesi ve Geneve Sokağı'ndaki mağazaların vitrin camlarını ve bir kitapevi zincirinin giriş kapısını kırdı.Olaylara müdahale etmek için yaklaşık 50 belediye polisi görevlendirilirken, yüzü maskeli gençler polise kaldırım taşları ve bir molotofkokteyli fırlattı.

Soruşturma başlatılan olaya ilişkin sosyal medyaya yansıyan videolarda, polislerin sokakta bir grubu kovaladığı görüldü.Nael M'nin polis kurşunuyla öldürülmesinin ardından başlayan ve Fransa geneline yayılan protestolar, 3. gününde Belçika'ya sıçramış ve ülkede 144 kişi gözaltına alınmıştı.

Fransız polisi 27 Haziran'da Nanterre'de, içinde 3 kişi bulunan bir araca ateş açmış, 17 yaşındaki Nael M. adlı sürücüyü öldürmüştü.Nael'in ölümüne tepki gösterenler, ülke genelinde farklı kentlerde sokağa çıkarak polisle çatışmıştı.

Genci öldüren polis açığa alınmış ve tutuklu olarak yargılanmasına karar verilmişti. Ayrıca Paris, Marsilya, Lyon dahil birçok kentte düzenlenen protestolarda talan ve yağmalama olayları yaşanmış, 10 kadar kentte saat 21.00'den itibaren sokağa çıkma yasağı ilan edilmişti.

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The fire is still smoldering, but the violence has somewhat subsided after four nights of rioting. Fires and fireworks, on a smaller scale, still agitated many towns in the Paris region, as well as cities such as Lyon and Marseille, on the night of Friday, June 30. Was Emmanuel Macron heard? Four days after the death of 17-year-old Nahel M., shot at point-blank range by a police officer, the French president issued a stern warning and vastly deployed law enforcement officers to break the nightmarish spiral. "The gamble is to show every muscle so as not to have to use them," said a senior official at the Interior Ministry.

On Friday morning, Macron signaled he was open to every option, "with no taboo." He left the European Council summit in Brussels early, skipping the final press conference he usually attends. Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne postponed her planned announcements regarding measures for working-class neighborhoods and joined him at the Interior Ministry for a crisis meeting with key government ministers.

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A march paying tribute to Nahel M., a 17-year-old shot dead by police earlier this week, ended in a stand-off between law enforcement and demonstrators on Thursday. New violence was expected overnight.

French prosecutors charged a policeman with voluntary homicide on Thursday, June 29, over the fatal shooting of a teenager that has left authorities scrambling to contain an escalating crisis and prevent new protest violence.

In a show of tensions, a march for 17-year-old Nahel M. ended with riot police firing tear gas as several cars were set alight in the Paris suburb where he was killed. Authorities said some 6,200 people attended the event. Seven were arrested, a police source told Le Monde.

Protests have hit France after Nahel M. was shot point-blank on Tuesday during a traffic stop captured on video that has unleashed rage and reignited debate about police tactics as well as development prospects for France's suburbs where many low-wage workers live.

"The whole world must see that when we march for Nahel, we march for all those who were not filmed," activist Assa Traoré, whose brother died after being arrested in 2016, told the rally led by the teenager's mother.

The policeman accused of shooting Nahel M. in Nanterre, west of Paris, was charged with voluntary homicide and remanded in custody. It was unclear what impact that might have on the unrest. Some 40,000 police have been tasked with maintaining order on Thursday, more than four times Wednesday's numbers on the ground when dozens were arrested.

"Tonight, my client has gone to prison for having fired a shot he thought was necessary, with the weapon given to him by the government to ensure his safety and that of citizens," the police officer's lawyer, Maurent-Franck Liénard, said.

The decision to remand the officer in custody, a rather unusual development in this type of case, immediately prompted anger among police unions, which have accused the government of interfering in an ongoing legal proceeding.
Cars and bins were torched on Wednesday in many parts of the country. At the same time, some 150 people were arrested nationwide following clashes and unrest that left a tramway's carriages on fire in a Paris suburb.

Many officials and experts warned of a potential new cycle of violence on Thursday evening, and additional riot police were sent to Nanterre. A police source told Le Monde authorities were expecting "widespread" violence in the "coming nights," citing an intelligence memo.