French city removes benches in ‘anti-homeless sweep’

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Critics say officials in southern city of Perpignan are deliberately targeting the homeless by taking away dozens of public benches.

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The southern French city of Perpignan has removed dozens of public benches over the past month in a bid to prevent “the nuisance” of people sleeping on them. Critics accuse the city of deliberately targeting the homeless, reports FRANCE 24.