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Poland Euro 2016 Football fans Arrested: Marseille police again use water cannon, tear gas, arrests -- "Bloodshed not too bad"

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© AFP | Poland supporters cheer in the “Vieux port” of Marseille, ahead of the Euro 2016 football match between Ukraine and Poland

MARSEILLE (AFP) – French police used water cannon and tear gas on football fans amid ugly incidents in Marseille ahead of the Euro 2016 match Tuesday between Ukraine and Poland, an AFP reporter said. 223 more words

SCOUR (DOWN, PIG DESTROYER, etc) Streaming New Track "Tear Gas"

Scour – the Philip Anselmo-led supergroup uniting members of Cattle Decapitation, Pig Destroyer, Animosity and Strong Intention – have premiered a new track from their upcoming self-titled debut EP at  38 more words

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French President Francois Hollande threatens to ban union demonstrations after protesters break windows at hospital

French Police and protesters against new labour reform laws battle in Paris suburb. Credit Tristan Reynaud, REX

By Henry Samuel, Paris
The Telegraph
15 June 2016 • 8:26pm… 419 more words

Scour (Pantera, Cattle Decapitation, Etc.) Premiere New Song "Tear Gas"

Scour, the band featuring Phil Anselmo (Pantera, Down, etc.), Derek Engemann (Cattle Decapitation), John Jarvis (Pig Destroyer, etc.), Chase Fraser (Animosity), and Jesse Schobel (Strong Intention, etc.), have premiered a new song titled “Tear Gas,” via… 133 more words

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Police Use Tear Gas to Disperse English Soccer Fans

By ERIC WILLEMSEN AND JOHN LEICESTER, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Lille, France
June 15, 2016

Police have used tear gas to disperse English soccer fans at the European Championship. 478 more words

Paris Labour Reform Protests: 40 Injured, 58 people arrested; Damage to Children’s Hospital -- Stun grenades, tear gas and water cannon used

Paris Labour Reform protests Get Ugly

14 Jun, 2016 20:20

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People gather around to assist an injured protester lying on the ground during a demonstration against proposed labour reforms in Paris on June 14, 2016. 471 more words

Euro 2016: England and Russia Told More Violence Means Disqualification

BBC News

Uefa has threatened to disqualify England and Russia from Euro 2016 if there is any further violence by fans.

It has begun disciplinary proceedings against Russia – but not England – after “totally unacceptable” scenes at Saturday’s England-Russia game. 1,505 more words