Paris protests over domestic violence murders

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Several hundreds of protestors gathered at five major public squares in Paris on Saturday where they lay on the ground for a 'die-in" protest at the number of murders of women in domestic violence crimes in France, holding photos of victims which activists say are among a total of 121 fatalities recorded so far this year, and calling on the government for rapid new measures to deal with the problem.   

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More than 1,000 protesters gathered in Paris on Saturday, demanding tougher government measures to prevent men from killing their wives, girlfriends, partners or former partners, reports FRANCE 24.