In Paris, a rally against human trafficking broke up with tear gas

The police used tear gas to disperse protesters against human trafficking in Libya, which is held in Paris.

The rally was held near the embassy of Libya in the 15th district of the city, it was attended by several thousand people, mostly Africans.

After its termination, the demonstrators moved to the Champs Elysees, where police cordons greeted them.

The stones flew to the siloviki, in response the guards of the order several times used tear gas to disperse the crowd.

Earlier it was reported that in Paris, a march took place against the reforms of French President Emmanuel Macron in the labor sphere.

The demonstrators were also very aggressive: they insulted the police and threw burning fire-fighters into them.