French police protests grow in flash demonstrations around France

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French President François Hollande said Friday he will meet with police officers' representatives on Monday after dozens of street protests by officers increased around the country this week, sparked buy a horrific firebomb attack earlier this month on a police patrol car, demanding more personnel and material means amid the increased pressure of anti-terrorism operations.

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For the fourth night in a row, French police broke their own rules. In cities across the country including Bordeaux, Toulouse, and Lyon - where their numbers swelled to over 800 - officers gathered in the streets to protest, reports CBC News (Canada).