Armed police crack down on France fans after chaos breaks out in Paris following World Cup final

Armed police crack down on france fans after chaos breaks out in paris following world cup final

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Armed police crack down on France fans after chaos breaks out in Paris following World Cup final | Armed police cracked down on French fans after disorder broke out in Paris, France following the World Cup defeat to Argentina. Football fans descended en masse to the streets of the country’s biggest cities Paris, Lyon and Nice after the game.

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