Armed French police are in Daejeon to stop racial gang violence

Armed police are deployed to the Dijon region of eastern France after violence erupted between rival gangs for the fourth night of Paris, 16 June (Reuters).

The cars were on fire late Monday and the wheel compartment was driven until midnight.

Northern Prefecture Bernard Schmaltz said that the unrest caused by the "settlement of scores" among ethnic Chechens and local residents of Gresils, the most populous low-income district in North Africa, was called Bernard Schmaltz.

Regional radio news station France Beal, quoting Dezan prosecutor Erik Mathias, said he had begun an investigation into the assassination attempt and the incitement of organized violence.

Mathias said people in the Maghreb region of northwest Africa used Chechen social media to call across France to attack a member of his community.

The video, which cannot be immediately confirmed by Reuters, was broadcast over the weekend, showing dozens of Hood Chechen men, some wearing balletclaves and branding handguns or knives on the streets of Dijon.

"When it comes to how things work, we are not in the (performance) Republic," Dijon Mayor Francois Rebasmen told BFM TV, citing a shortage of police resources.

Interior Minister Laurent Nunez is scheduled to visit Diaz on Tuesday.

(Reporting by Sudeep Kar-Gupta, Carolyn Pilis and Richard Lough; Editing by Himani Sarkar and John Stonestreet)

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