(MET North East Command Unit Report: Detectives Release of an (image below) of a man sought in connection wi th a series of rapes in Newham and Waltham Forest during the periods of 1st – 6th July: 2019: Due to the sim ilarities in these attacks, police are treating the incidents as linked” police advice to women to r emain vigilant, to be mindful of their surroundings, and to keep family and friends informed of where they m ay be going #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – July.17: As part of their enquiries officers have released video footage of a man they want to trace. It was captured at 03:10hrs on 6 July in the E10 area, prior to one of the reported incidents, and shows a man police would like to speak to walking down the street:


An image of the man police would like to speak to – can you help us trace him?

In the first incident, police were called on Monday, 1 July at 02:40hrs to a residential street in the Plaistow Street in Newham: A 35-year-old woman was walking home when she was approached from behind by a man, who then raped her. He also stole property belonging to the victim.

The second incident occurred on Saturday, 6 July at 03:25hrs, near to Leyton Underground Station, where a woman was followed by a man and then robbed: The male also made sexual advances towards her.

The third incident occurred on Saturday, 6 July at Amethyst Road, Waltham Forest at 04:20hrs; a 31-year-old woman was approached by a man who then raped her: The man also stole property.

In the fourth incident, police were called at around 03:30hrs on Thursday, 11 July to Central Park Road, East Ham: A woman, aged 31, reported that she was followed by a man who threatened her and attempted to rape her. The man also stole the woman’s property.

“Due to the similarities in these attacks, police are treating the incidents as linked”

Detective Superintendent Andrew Packer said: “This moving footage is a great opportunity to have detailed look at this suspect: http://news.met.police.uk/videos/newham-slash-waltham-forest-sexual-assaults-suspect-44810 Do you think you recognise him? If so it is imperative that you contact us: “I am convinced that there will be a member of the public who takes a good close look at this footage and thinks ‘wait a minute, that looks a lot like…’. All I need is a name. If you think you know who this man is, please don’t delay – contact my team right away on 07881 330951.”……….The victims in the aforementioned incidents are all being supported by specially trained officers: Extra patrols have been carried out in the areas where the attacks have taken place: Police reiterate advice to any lone women walking alone at night to remain vigilant, to be mindful of their surroundings, and to keep family and friends informed of where they may be going.

If you see anything you think is suspicious, do not hesitate – call 999 immediately.

Anyone who can identify the man is asked to call the investigation team on 07881 330951.

Alternatively call 101 or tweet @MetCC quoting CAD 777/1July. You can call anonymously on Crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

#AceNewsDesk report ……………….Published: July.17: 2019:

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(LONDON) Court Report: MET Counter Terrorism Command Investigation: Mohammed Yamin pleaded guilty to ‘ Terrorist Acts ‘ on Mon: 15: July:2019 Including being a member of Al Qaida, possessing a gun, and travelling to #Syria to facilitate purchase of equipment and clothing for committing acts of terror ism #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – July.16: A man charged with terrorism offences following an investigation by the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey on Monday, 15 July: Mohammed Yamin, 25 (11.09.93) of east London pleaded guilty to engaging in preparation of terrorist acts contrary to Section 5(1) of the Terrorism Act (TACT) 2006 – namely between 2 July 2013 and 10 July 2013, with the intention of committing acts of terrorism, he purchased equipment and clothing and a one-way flight ticket to facilitate the journey to Syria and his subsequent travel to Syria.

He also pleaded guilty to membership of a proscribed organisation contrary to Section 11 TACT 2000, namely Al Qa’ida, between 10 July 2013 and 1 June 2014: He pleaded not guilty to possessing property – namely a gun – for terrorist purposes contrary to Section 57 TACT 2000 and this charge will lay on file.

Yamin was remanded in custody for sentencing at the Old Bailey on 4 October: He was arrested by officers from the Counter Terrorism Command on 30 and charged on the following day.

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(PORTLAND, Ore.) ICE/HSI Court Report: Operation Denial,” an Organised Crime & Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) Investigation: Columbian national Daniel Vivas Ceron pleads guilty to operating an international fentanyl trafficking organisation from a Canadian prison trafficking drugs including fentanyl and other similar substances from Canada and China into the U.S. causing serious bodily injuries and deaths #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – July.15: Daniel Vivas Ceron, 38, of Colombia, pleaded guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge Alice R. Senechal in Fargo, ND, to continuing criminal enterprise, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and controlled substance analogues resulting in serious bodily injury and death, and money laundering: Vivas Ceron faces a statutory maximum sentence of life in prison at his sentencing, date to be determined.

At the plea hearing, Vivas Ceron admitted that between 2013 and 2017, Chinese sources shipped several hundred pounds of fentanyl and fentanyl analogues to the United States and Canada: Vivas Ceron and members of his conspiracy imported these opioids into the United States and distributed them to their customers around the country. Vivas Ceron ran his drug trafficking organization from a jail cell in Canada, and he concealed his identity to facilitate the conspiracy by using aliases, encrypted WICKR accounts, and numerous email addresses. Vivas Ceron and his co-conspirators’ distribution in Canada and the United States resulted in 15 overdoses in North Dakota, Oregon, New Jersey, North Carolina, and Rhode Island, including four fatal overdoses, one of which was Grand Forks resident 18-year-old Bailey Henke.

“My heart goes out to the friends and families of those who lost their lives as a result of the greed and selfishness of all of the individuals involved in this case,” said Brad Bench, special agent in charge of HSI Seattle: “ The amount of cooperation between HSI and our state, federal, and international partners was invaluable to halting the deadly actions of this complex drug organization. While we will never know how many lives are saved because of our efforts, we hope we are able to provide just a small bit of peace to the families whose lives are forever changed as a result of the offender’s careless actions.”

“Daniel Vivas Ceron’s heinous crimes have caused unthinkable pain and anguish for dozens of people in Oregon and far beyond, including four victims who lost their lives to fatal overdoses: At a time when our country desperately tries to free itself from the painful grip of the opioid crisis, criminals like Ceron and his more than 20 co-defendants are seeking to profit off addiction and death,” said Billy J. Williams, U.S. attorney for the District of Oregon. “The tragic irony of crime is that while Ceron will continue to live out his life in prison or beyond, four of his victims will not. The damage he caused is permanent. We cannot forget that.”

“The Portland Police Bureau is fully committed to working with our local, state, and federal partners to combat the illegal distribution and trafficking of deadly opioids in our communities,” said Art Nakamura, commander, Tactical Operations – Drugs and Vice, Portland Police Bureau, Portland, Oregon: “ The Police Bureau, along with our partners, strive to keep our community members safe from these drug traffickers who sell these deadly drugs in our neighborhoods throughout our country. With this partnership, we will hold those responsible for distributing these deadly drugs accountable.”

“From a Canadian jail cell, Daniel Vivas Ceron directed a deadly drug ring that fueled the opioid epidemic and took the lives of four Americans,” said Assistant Attorney General Brian Benczkowski: “Today’s guilty plea brings some measure of justice for the victims and families that fell prey to Vivas Ceron’s dangerous organization and its tragic track record of spreading addiction and abuse.”

U.S. Attorney Drew H. Wrigley for the District of North Dakota said, “Ultimate justice can seem elusive in a case with such a wide swath of destruction: The defendant and his co-conspirators built themselves an organization that made them into regional, national, and international merchants of death, and today’s guilty plea is an important milestone in the quest for justice on behalf of those who died and those who were injured by the defendant’s ruinous quest for profits.”

“I want to personally commend the team of prosecutors and investigators who worked so ably across the nation and globe to make today’s guilty plea possible: We will work assiduously to secure a sentence that reflects the light of justice on the far-reaching damage done to innumerable victims, families, and communities,” Wrigley stated.

On January 25, 2017, Vivas Ceron was extradited to the United States from Panama after Panamanian authorities authorized the extradition: Following his deportation from Canada, Vivas Ceron was taken into custody at the Tocumen International Airport, Panama City, Panama, July 17, 2015, pursuant to an arrest warrant in connection with an indictment filed in the District of North Dakota. After Vivas Ceron’s arrest in July 2015, the U.S. Attorney’s Office and the Justice Department’s Office of International Affairs, together worked diligently to extradite Vivas Ceron.

This case is part of “Operation Denial,” an Organised Crime and Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) investigation: Trafficking of fentanyl and other lethal drugs, and was significantly aided by the national and international coordination led by the multi-agency Special Operations Division near Washington, DC, as part of “Operation Deadly Merchant.” The investigation started in North Dakota January 3, 2015, with the overdose death in Grand Forks, ND, of Bailey Henke.

Additional defendants charged in federal court in this investigation include:

District of Oregon

  • Channing Lacey, 32, of Portland, Oregon, pleaded guilty March 28, 2017, to one count of distribution of a controlled substance resulting in serious bodily injury to three individuals and one count of distribution of a controlled substance resulting in death. She was sentenced August 28, 2017, to serve 135 months in federal prison;
  • Steven Fairbanks Locke, 43, of Portland, Oregon, pleaded guilty June 14, 2017, to use of a communication facility to facilitate a drug offense. His sentencing is set for November 18, 2019; and
  • Carissa Marie Laprall, 27, of Portland, Oregon, pleaded guilty March 28, 2017, to three counts of distribution of a controlled substance resulting in serious bodily injury. Her sentencing is set for December 2, 2019.

District of North Dakota

  • Jian Zhang, aka Hong Kong Zaron, 40, of China; Jason Joey Berry, aka Daniel Desnoyers, 36, of Quebec, Canada; Xuan Cahn Nguyen, aka Jackie and Jackie Chan, 39, of Quebec Canada; Marie Um, aka Angry Bird, 38, of Quebec, Canada; Vannek Um, 41, of Quebec, Canada; and Linda Van, 27, of Quebec, Canada, were charged by a superseding indictment returned January 18, 2018, with drug trafficking conspiracy. Also charged with international money laundering conspiracy were Na Chu, 38; Yeyou Chu, 37; Cuiying Liu, 63; and Keping Zhang, 63, all Chinese nationals;
  • In a separate indictment returned March 22, 2018, Steven Barros Pinto, aka Yeaboy, 38, of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, was charged with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of controlled substances and controlled substance analogues resulting in serious bodily injury and death, conspiracy to import controlled substances and controlled substance analogues into the United States resulting in serious bodily injury and death, and continuing criminal enterprise. On November 28, 2018, a superseding indictment was filed adding the charges of obstruction of justice and money laundering conspiracy. Trial is set for October 1, 2019;
  • Brandon Corde Hubbard, 44, of Portland, Oregon, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute controlled substances resulting in serious bodily injury and death, distribution of a controlled substance resulting in death, and money laundering conspiracy. He was sentenced July 13, 2016, to serve life in federal prison;
  • Ryan Jon Jensen, 24, of Grand Forks, North Dakota, pleaded guilty February 27, 2015, to conspiracy to distribute controlled substances resulting in serious bodily injury and death, one count of distribution of a controlled substance resulting in death, two counts of distribution of a controlled substance resulting in serious bodily injury, and money laundering conspiracy. He was sentenced February 1, 2016, to serve 240 months in federal prison;
  • Joshua Tyler Fulp, 24, of Grand Forks, North Dakota, pleaded guilty June 23, 2015, to conspiracy to distribute controlled substances resulting in serious bodily injury and death. He was sentenced to serve 144 months in federal prison;
  • Kain Daniel Schwandt, 23, of Grand Forks, North Dakota, pleaded guilty July 24, 2015, to conspiracy to distribute controlled substances. He was sentenced January 25, 2016, to serve 42 months in federal prison;
  • David Todd Noye Jr., 18, of Grand Forks, North Dakota, pleaded guilty May 4, 2015, to conspiracy to distribute controlled substances. He was sentenced January 25, 2016, to serve 39 months in federal prison;
  • Jameson Robert Sele, 24, of Grand Forks, North Dakota, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute controlled substances. He was sentenced July 27, 2015, to serve 36 months in federal prison;
  • Ronnie Lee Helms, 34, of Acworth, Georgia, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute a controlled substance and controlled substance analogue resulting in serious bodily injury and death. His sentencing is scheduled for October 1, 2019;
  • Braden James Foley, 32, of Olympia, Washington, pleaded guilty August 11, 2016, to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of controlled substances. He was sentenced November 21, 2016, to serve 30 months in federal prison;
  • Anthony Santos Gomes, 34, originally of Rhode Island and Davie, Florida, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of controlled substances and controlled substance analogues resulting in serious bodily injury and death, and money laundering conspiracy. In addition to pleading guilty, Gomes agreed to forfeit a residence located in Davie, Florida; $162,836.00 in cash; a 2007 Maserati Quattroporte; a 2017 Polaris Sportsman XP ATV; and assorted jewelry valued at $64,725.00. His sentencing has been set for November 15, 2019;
  • Amanda Schneider, 29, Port S. Lucie, Florida, pleaded guilty September 17, 2018, to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of controlled substances. She was sentenced January 17, 2019, to 15 months in federal prison;
  • Keveen Nobre, 29, Providence, Rhode Island, pleaded guilty October 10, 2018, to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of controlled substances. He was sentenced April 17, 2019, to 30 months in federal prison;
  • Robinson Gomez, 36, Charlotte, North Carolina, pleaded guilty January 10, 2019, to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of controlled substances. He was sentenced April 17, 2019, to 180 months in federal prison;
  • David Campbell, 58, Plantation, Florida, pleaded guilty January 10, 2019, to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of controlled substances. He was sentenced April 17, 2019, to 120 months in federal prison;
  • Louis Bell, 31, Port St. Lucie, Florida, pleaded guilty November 8, 2018, to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of controlled substances. He was sentenced April 18, 2019, to 204 months in federal prison;
  • Elizabeth Ton, 28, David, Florida, pleaded guilty June 18, 2018, to money laundering conspiracy. She was sentenced March 8, 2019, to 41 months in federal prison; and
  • Danny Gamboa, 22, Pawtucket, Rhode Island, pleaded guilty January 10, 2019, to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of controlled substances. He was sentenced April 17, 2019, to 25 months in federal prison.

This case is being investigated by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations; U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration; U.S. Postal Inspection Service; Grand Forks Narcotics Task Force; Royal Canadian Mounted Police; Portland Oregon Police Bureau – Drugs and Vice Division, Portland HIDTA Interdiction Task Force; Oregon State Police; and the Grand Forks Police Department: The prosecutors for this case are Assistant U.S. Attorney Christopher C. Myers, District of North Dakota; Assistant U.S. Attorney Scott Kerin, District of Oregon and as a special assistant U.S attorney in North Dakota; and Acting Assistant Deputy Chief Adrienne Rose and Trial Attorney Kaitlin Sahni, Criminal Division’s Narcotic and Dangerous Drug Section of the Justice Department.

Based upon the change of plea: Judge Senechal will issue a report and recommendation to Federal District Court Judge John P. Bailey, Northern District of West Virginia, to formally accept Vivas Ceron’s guilty plea.

#AceNewsDesk report ……………..Published: July.15: 2019:

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(CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC) JUST IN: Parliamentary panel issues a recommendation to shut down four ‘ Chinese Gold Mines ‘ citing pollution hazardous to public health, in a report published on Saturday, writes AFP: The panel’s report warned of an “ecological disaster,” “pollut ed river,” #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – July.14: Gold mining by the Chinese firms at Bozoum is not profitable for the state and harmful to the population and the environment,” stated the commission upon completing an investigation into mining in the northern town: “The nature of the ecological disaster discovered on-site justifies the immediate, unconditional halt to these activities,” the report found: After responding to numerous complaints registered by locals, members of the commission spent four days in Bozoum a month ago, where they discovered the River Ouham badly polluted after the excavation of its riverbed: The Chinese also reportedly left behind empty tents and cigarette butts to the disgust of locals: Other, more ominous finds pointed to an alarming death rate rise in fishing villages and shrinking access to potable water: The investigation also revealed accounting irregularities.

Four Chinese-run gold mines should be shut down pic.twitter.com/GkaHKxUPyJ

“Average production is between 400 grams to 1 kilo per site per month: This situation seems unacceptable with regard to daily production costs,” the report says: The investigators suggested the country’s natural wealth was being squandered, with some Ministry of Mining officials possibly implicated.

There has been no response to the report from Chinese business officials: A video showing the state of the river and naming the four Chinese firms concerned as Tian Xian, Tian Run, Meng and Mao, has been posted by a local missionary, Father Aurelio Gazzera.

Although the CAR is rich in natural resources, it is riddled by an ongoing civil war involving the government, rebels from the Séléka coalition, and anti-balaka militias, forcing around one in four of its 4.5 million population to flee their homes : Under the circumstances the authorities find it increasingly challenging to monitor the exploitation of the country’s natural resources, given that the state only has partial control of its own territory.

#AceNewsDesk report …………..@SputnikInt) July 14, 2019:

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(MANHATTAN, NYC.) #PowerOutrage Affecting West Side as a massive #Blackout left thousands in the dark for hours on Saturday #NYCblackout according to .@PIX11News as NYC suffered a blackout 42 years to the day after a power outage caused a crimewave #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – July.14: Editor says here’s what we know so far: A power outage is affecting a large stretch of Upper and Midtown Manhattan, including the 59th Street/Columbus Circle subway station, according to reports: Police say the outage reaches as far south as 45th Street. Traffic lights are out from 53rd Street to 59th Street: New York City suffered a blackout 42 years to the day after a power outage caused a crimewave https://t.co/DpgoRY9WaE July 14, 2019 at 05:20PM

Con Edison confirmed the blackout Saturday evening: We are responding to extensive outages on the Westside of Manhattan. We will share more information as it comes in. Thank you.

— Con Edison (@ConEdison) July 13, 2019

The Office of Emergency Management told PIX11 News that FDNY, NYPD, and OEM are responding to 65th Street and West End Avenue, and that a manhole explosion is reportedly the cause of the outage.

New York State Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal also acknowledged the manhole explosion.

According to @NYPD, power outage caused by a manhole explosion on 65th Street and West End Avenue. @MTA subways affected. My staff is on the scene. Contact me here if you need assistance. @elizabethcaputo @westsiderag pic.twitter.com/k4BonyTmi2

— Linda B. Rosenthal (@LindaBRosenthal) July 13, 2019

The company’s outage map showed more than 38,000 customers are without power.

Reports of the outage were posted on social media, including photos of the station and confirmation of the apparent outages from the MTA.

Here’s more photos from the power outage in Midtown. This is 59 St/Columbus Circle. Any comment from @NYCTSubway yet? pic.twitter.com/TdjzPASXcV

— Bombay Saphfire (@bombaysaphfire) July 13, 2019

There’s a power outage at the subway station on 59th, anyone else having this problem? #MTA pic.twitter.com/j9iDIHB7OK

— Elizabeth Brennan (@ElizabethB95) July 13, 2019

We’re getting reports of power outages in station complexes throughout Manhattan. We’re working to identify causes and keep trains moving. More information to come.

— NYCT Subway (@NYCTSubway) July 13, 2019

The MTA says it’s working with Con Edison to determine the problem, with service at several stations stalled:

Update: We are working with Con Edison to determine the root cause of the ongoing power failure, which is affecting Midtown and the Upper West Side.

Several stations are currently without power and are being bypassed by all trains. Please stay tuned here for updates. pic.twitter.com/UoHv6RKVyl

— NYCT Subway (@NYCTSubway) July 13, 2019

NYPD officials said they are aware of the problem.

PIX11 meteorologist Jeff Berardelli spotted reaction to the apparent outages.

Major power outage in Manhattan. Subways are dark. Everyone walking. pic.twitter.com/n4eORlsz6N

— Jeff Berardelli (@WeatherProf) July 13, 2019

This is a developing story; check back for updates

#AceNewsDesk report ………………@NYCMayor Bill de Blasio will give a live update from Manhattan’s West Side Sunday just before 2 p.m., after a massive #blackout left thousands in the dark for hours Saturday #NYCblackout: PIX11 will stream the update on https://t.co/ZtbKRXJH15 — PIX11 News (@PIX11News) July 14, 2019

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(HONG KONG) JUST IN: Umbrellas V Batons: Protesters clash with police using batons and pepper spray against demonstrators occupying a mall alleging police violence during widespread protests over extradition bill as police vow to address allegations of violence against journalists #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – July.14: Earlier in the day, several Hong Kong media associations held a march against the alleged police violence during the large-scale protests over the bill that would have allowed people arrested in Hong Kong to be sent for trial in mainland China: Some journalists reportedly claimed they had been subjected to foul language and beaten with batons by police officers: Demonstrators had retreated to the shopping center after a large rally in the Sha Tin district in eastern Hong Kong: Police in riot gear were pushing protesters out of the building using shields and batons, while umbrellas and bottles were tossed back at them RT News reported.

Umbrellas v. batons: Protesters clash with police at Hong Kong mall (VIDEO)

There have been injuries on both sides, according to local media. Footage from the scene by RT’s Ruptly video agency showed blood on the floor and an unconscious female demonstrator: Hong Kong residents have been protesting against the extradition bill since mid-June. They argue that the legislation, allowing for local suspects to be sent to mainland China, would give too much authority to Beijing and would lead to a crackdown on dissidents; Since the end of British rule in 1997, Hong Kong has been enjoying broad autonomy as a unique part of China, with Beijing in charge of defense and international affairs only; The unrest there has already seen the city administration suspending the bill indefinitely, but the protesters now demand its complete withdrawal, the resignation of the city’s chief executive Carrie Lam, the prosecution of police over excessive use of force and the release of all those who have been arrested in recent weeks.

Hong Kong Police Vow to Address Allegations of Police Violence Against Journalists

“There is room for improvement in the coordination work between Police and the media: In the future, Police would enhance communication with the media and relevant training for Police officers. Regarding some cases in which media practitioners alleged to be treated unreasonably during reporting, Police would take appropriate follow-up actions,” the police statement read: It also stressed that Hong Kong police respected press freedom and was in contact with media organisations so that the sides could reach mutual understanding on the matter: It also stressed that Hong Kong police respected press freedom and was in contact with media organisations so that the sides could reach mutual understanding on the matter.

Earlier in the day, several Hong Kong media associations held a march against the alleged police violence during the large-scale protests over the bill that would have allowed people arrested in Hong Kong to be sent for trial in mainland China: Some journalists reportedly claimed they had been subjected to foul language and beaten with batons by police officers.

#AceNewsDesk report …………….Published: July.14: 2019: Hong Kong police vow to address allegations of police violence against journalists pic.twitter.com/SyVxNoVczD
— Sputnik (@SputnikInt) July 14, 2019:

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(PARIS, France.) JUST IN: #BastilleDay Today its the #YellowVests and Friday it was the #BlackVests protesting: The yellow are citizens with grievances and the black are migrants with grievances: But which is Macron listening too either, both or none ? At this moment, an uncoordinated protest is taking place in the centre and a Sputnik correspondent is live at the scene to stream it #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – July.14: Organisers have associated this Sunday’s protest with the symbolism of Bastille Day; this year marks the 230th anniversary of the storming of the Bastille, which started the French Revolution: The wave of yellow vest rallies started in France in mid-November over planned hikes in fuel taxes. While the French government has abandoned its plans to raise fuel taxes and introduced other measures to improve the country’s socioeconomic situation, protesters continue to take to the streets across France every weekend for demonstrations to express their discontent with government’s policies: LIVE: #YellowVests hold protest in #Paris on #BastilleDay2019 (video) https://t.co/iODOUp6O9i pic.twitter.com/UXysnTfzUG — Sputnik (@SputnikInt) July 14, 2019: Riot police and anti-government protesters faced off during Bastille Day celebrations in Paris: Dozens of people were arrested, with calls for president Emmanuel Macron to resign again being chanted out loud: RT World News https://ift.tt/2xKdNBZ

Undocumented migrants are surrounded by police after having occupied the Panthéon in Paris, 12 July 2019Reuters” Undocumented migrants are surrounded by police during the protest

Hundreds of undocumented migrants have stormed the Panthéon in Paris and demanded the right to remain in France: The protesters, who were mainly from West Africa, surged into the building at around midday (11:00 GMT) on Friday.

Tourists were evacuated from the mausoleum, where many of France’s most famous figures are buried: The group called themselves the “black vests” – a reference to the yellow vest protest movement that spread through much of France earlier this year: They waved papers in the air, chanted, and demanded to hold talks with Prime Minister Édouard Philippe over their immigration status:

In a statement, the protest group described themselves as “the undocumented, the voiceless and the faceless of the French Republic” “We don’t want to negotiate with the interior minister and his officials any more, we want to talk to Prime Minister Édouard Philippe now!” it said.

Between 200 and 300 migrants took part in the protest, a police spokesman told Reuters news agency. There were 37 arrests made: But other estimates – from activist groups and witnesses – said as many as 700 people were involved in the demonstration.

#AceNewsDesk reports ……………Via Sputnik – Reuters – BBC – Published: July.14: 2019:

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