France: 130 cars burned, 50 rioters arrested

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November 13, 2005 06:51

 
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Riots continued in France Saturday night, albeit on a smaller scale, as 130 cars were torched and 50 rioters were arrested. The bulk of the rioting took place in the poverty stricken neighborhoods in the city of Lyon.



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