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Rioting hit the streets of Clermont-Ferrand, capital of the Auvergne region in France, this Tuesday (10th). Thirty vehicles went up in flames in just a single night as the local citizenry reacted to the maltreatment of Wissam El-Yamni, aged 30, who ended up in a coma after his arrest on New Year's Eve. He supposedly suffered a heart attack, however no plausible explanations have been offered as to the cause. All that is known is that he had no previous heart problems in his medical history and some very visible injuries on his neck. Wissam passed away on Monday (9th). Police pre-emptively filled the Gautherie area with more police in a bid to avoid more trouble. As one bystander reported to our Schnews team on the ground “Why would they fill the streets with more cops if they'd done nothing wrong? Of course they are guilty! They killed him!”.
Russian anti-fascist unfairly imprisoned under Putin's new house rules.
More updates from Calais No Borders Network
Anti-cuts protesters block Lord Freud's Highgate London home and stage "evict a millionaire" demo.
'Non-citizens' take to the streets of Berlin in the latest instalment of the Refugee Strike shaking things up in Germany.
In solidarity with 235 Sussex University workers whose jobs are threatened with privatisation, protesters from around the country converge on Sussex University's campus (alread site of an ongoing occupation), invade management HQ and make a bonfire out of corporate files.
If the “world leaders” heading to Enniskillen in June were hoping for an easy protest-free ride they were sadly mistaken
National Front demonstration has a poor turn out in Swansea, followed by a Blood & Honour gig in the valleys.
A staggering five convictions out of the Met Police's largest ever mass arrest during the Olympic Opening Ceremony.