France vows to end violence in Dijon after fourth night of unrest

Reported score-settling by members of the Chechen community appear to have been sparked by an alleged assault this month on a 16-year-old Chechen boy in the city in eastern France.

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The French government has vowed to bring an end to violence in the usually placid eastern city of Dijon after it was hit by a fourth night of unrest allegedly linked to score-settling by members of the Chechen community, reports The Guardian.