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People protest in support of refugees after French police dismantle Paris migrant camp

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Paris, Nov 23 (EFE/EPA).- People in Paris participated Tuesday night in a demonstration to call for the shelter of wandering refugees after French police brutally dismantled a migrant camp in Republic Square Monday. (Camera: JULIEN DE ROSA).SHOT LIST: PEOPLE GATHER TO PROTEST AGAINST FRENCH POLICE AT THE REPUBLIC SQUARE IN PARIS, FRANCE.

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