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French press agency reported that dozens of young men threw stones at the riot forces faced respondents use the tearful gases in the alleys of neighborhood of Sidi Abid. This neighborhood has seen almost nightly demonstrations 12 days on a daily basis without being punctuated by violence.

Clashes came after a group of young men huddled in the neighborhood again and went on unannounced demonstration with its alleys, but the police fought back and forced them to return to one of the squares, prompting them to start throwing stones, injuring at least two people, a policeman was wounded by a stone and hit protesters with batons, police.

Local authorities said to AFP that “a group of teenagers and minors they wanted to control a public street and got the police intervention, and everything is back to normal,” describing what happened that scrimmage. While security intervened and activists criticized the use of force to disperse the rally, chanting slogans demanding the release of detainees, and his abduction of militants North.

A number of activists called on Facebook to organize the March before breakfast than usual, where traditionally organize poses and marches after taraweeh prayers, they raised slogans in solidarity with the demands of what is known as “motionless”, including “raising militarization”, referring to the intense security presence in the city recently.

A number of social media activists that continuing arrests after arrest leader of protests in rural area last weekend and bring charges against him, most notably “compromising the safety of internal state.

Justice Minister Mohamed aujjar had revealed on Tuesday that a total of arrested on the background of the rural province of Al Hoceima events reached 104 people.

The city of Al Hoceima, a number of towns and villages in the rural area experiencing sustained protests since the killing salmon October end of October 2016 within the dump truck and took the protests in the city over the months become socially and politically demanding development in this area, which is considered its population marginalized.



Source: Alalam