'Nothing's changed': 10 years after French riots, suburbs remain in crisis


Residents of deprived areas in France that erupted into violence in 2005 are still waiting for things to improve and some fear unrest could return.

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Nadira Achab looked out across the curved concrete blocks of her estate of La Grande Borne in Grigny, south of Paris, and sighed. “People here just want to be treated like normal citizens, not second-class citizens,” she said. “It’s sad that we’re still no,” reports The Guardian.