115 arrested in France after World Cup win over Morocco

The French Police Prefecture has informed this Thursday of the arrest of 115 people in the Paris region, including 101 in Paris, after France’s victory over Morocco in the semifinal of the World Cup.

Several rallies have taken place on Wednesday night in the French capital after the end of the match between France and Morocco, particularly on the Champs-Élysées, where there have been more incidents, police sources have reported to BFMTV. There, the followers of the French soccer team fireworks were thrown at police officers from France, who have responded with tear gas and charging the fans.

Meanwhile, overnight A child under the age of 14 has died after being run over by a hit-and-run driver in the city of Montpelier. The young man was rushed to a nearby hospital after being hit by a car, and died shortly after being treated, according to a statement from the French prefecture of Hérault.

The events would have taken place when a group of people, presumably followers of the Moroccan soccer team, were walking down the street and They have taken from a vehicle the flag of France that was hanging in the window. After that, the car has started a flight and has run over several people, including the minor, according to a video broadcast on social networks.


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