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France lifts state of emergency

The French government has lifted a state of emergency imposed in November during the worst unrest in the country in nearly 40 years. The emergency measures – including powers to impose curfews and conduct police searches without warrants – formally ended early on Wednesday. Almost 9,000 cars were torched and 3,000 people arrested in three weeks of urban violence across France last year. Full Story

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