Small explosion outside Marseille office of far-right French party

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 30, 2017 14:54
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A small explosive was detonated early Sunday morning outside the offices of a far-right, royalist political party, Action Française, in Marseille.

No injuries were reported, nor have any suspects been arrested. The police have opened an investigation into the matter.

Action Française's supporters have been involved in numerous fights and skirmishes in the last several weeks in the southern French port city.

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