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Paris (France), Sep 24 (EFE).- (Camera: Ian Langsdon) Local Paris residents take part in a weekly protest of disgruntled neighborhood residents to confront narcotic users who have established a street encampment in North Paris.FOOTAGE OF THE PROTEST IN NORTH PARIS.

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