A man suspected of killing three people at a Kurdish cultural centre in Paris has been transferred to a psychiatric unit on Saturday as furious clashes continued into their second day.
Protestors set fires and overturn cars into the night as they clashed with riot police in the wake of Friday’s in Paris.
It comes after a gunman allegedly fired ‘blindly’ at a K in a busy part of Paris’ 10th district, killing three and wounding several others.
His custody has since been lifted for health reasons, and he was taken to a police psychiatric unit, the prosecutor said.
Protestors lit fires as demonstrations turned violent.The clash between police and demonstrators has continued into Christmas Eve night
Protests came after a gunman fired ‘blindly’ at a Kurdish cultural centre on Friday, killing three and wounding several others
Also this evening people have gathered to pay tribute to the victims of the shooting, in front of the ‘Centre democratique du Kurdistan’ (Kurdistan democratic centre).
Earlier today, a peaceful protest took place near Republic Square as politicians spoke of the tragedy.
Clashes broke out as some demonstrators left the square, throwing projectiles at police who responded with tear gas.
Supporters of PKK, listed as a terrorist organization by Turkiye, US and EU, clash with police after a demonstration that was taking place in Place de la Republique in Paris