French police gain concessions after protest over officer shooting

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Thousands of police officers staged a noisy protest outside justice ministry over what they perceive as its too lenient policies towards criminals.

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Thousands of French police officers massed in the ritziest square in central Paris on Wednesday to protest what they call increasingly unsafe working conditions, after an officer was critically wounded by a convict who skipped out on a prison furlough, reports ABC News.