France - Police workers demonstrate against stress at work - May 31, 2016

Police officers demonstrated to vent frustration over the stresses produced by near daily clashes with gangs of violent youths on the fringes of the anti-reform movement that protests against the planned labour reform. The demonstration – unprecedented in France – was called by police trade unions. Police unions estimate that 350 of their colleagues have been injured, some seriously, in attacks with stones, bottles and Molotov cocktails since street protests against reform of labour laws began two months ago.

English: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/police-car-set-alight …  

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