Outrage over French estate agent advert specifying 'no blacks'

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The racist advert, placed in an estate agent's office in a Paris suburb and subsequently photographed and posted on social media, demanded that candidates to become tenants of an apartment should be of French nationality and not black.

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An estate agent's office in the Paris suburb of Levallois-Perret last month published a racist advertisement for the rental of an apartment in which it outlined conditions for the selection of future tenants, stating: "Important note for the selection of tenants: French nationality mandatory, no Blacks. Building with police officers only", reports International Business Times.