French police disperse Paris rally of homeless and their supporters

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A protest in front of the City Hall by activists and homeless people, most of them migrants, was broken up by the police. Officers intervened in the rally against the government and removed the tents the activist group Utopia 56 had erected on the square to underline their demand that asylum seekers be housed with dignity.

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