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Chirac condemns bus attack
Cat : Democracy & H-Rights
Date : 2006-10-30 09:51:51                      Reader : 325
education should demand in legal peaceful ways, other wise they will lose more and gain nothing.
Freedom of expression does not include violence , destruction, and burning cars !!

 

Google News 30/10/2006

Chirac condemns bus attack, extends sympathy with wounded woman

 

French President Jacques Chirac on Sudnay condemned a bus attack and extended his sympathy with the woman who was badly burnt in the arson attack.

Terming the attack as "despicable" in a message to the woman's family, Chirac expressed his "horror" at the attack and vowed everything would be done to bring the perpetrators to justice, the president's office said.

The 26-year-old woman was in critical condition due to burns sustained on Saturday as several teenagers set fire on the bus in the southern city of Marseille. Other passengers on the bus managed to escape in time, police said.

After the incident, Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy ordered beefed-up security in the city.

The attack came as France marked the first anniversary of the riots sweeping the country's immigrant suburbs in late October, 2005.

Unemployment and racial discrimination were believed to be two major causes for the 2005 riots.



 
 
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