Tuesday, 07 December 2021 06:09 GMT

Algeria requests to take France to courts for expatriate crimes

(MENAFN) A governmental group in Algeria requested accusing France in global judges over the crimes it did in Algeria in its 132 years of foreign law.

The Movement for the Society and Peace announced “Honoring the martyrs requires suing (France) internationally” during a report on the 60th anniversary of the 1961 French police massacre of nonviolent Algerian protestors in Paris calling for liberty in their republic.

In addition, more than 300 nonviolent Algerian protestors died by the French police, with many dropped to the River Seine, on October 17, 1961.

French crimes consist of its massacre of almost 4,000 Muslim worshipers in the migrant period that crossed 1830 to 1962.


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