French Interior Min. orders deportation of rioters

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November 9, 2005 21:18

 
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French Interior Minister Nicholas Sarkozy has ordered the deportation of any person convicted of violent participation in the recent riots throughout France that have taken place over the past two weeks, Army Radio reported. "I have made it clear to the district chiefs that even if these people have legal visas, they have no place in our territory," said Sarkozy.

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