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Paris Burning

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You Say Riots, I Say Protests

Up Front Interview, Audio, Nov 18, 2005

NAM correspondent Russell Morse talks with young people in the French suburbs.

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Riots and Unrest -- A Spreading European Reality

New America Media, News Analysis, Paolo Pontoniere, Nov 17, 2005

Clashes continued across Europe as French rioting died down, causing a combination of reflection and denial in European media.

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As Flames Die Down, Young People in France Exhale and Organize

New America Media, News Feature, Russell Morse, Nov 16, 2005

As the fires burn to a smolder in France's suburbs after two weeks of rioting, young people recognize each other's frustration in the light of the flames.

Paris is Burning. Could it happen here?

Up Front Radio, Audio, Nov 12, 2005

How is Youth Media in the US looking at the Riots in Paris - a conversation with Raj Jayadev of Silicon Valley Debug and Kevin Weston of YO! Youth Outlook.

Paris is Burning, Perfume Dreams, Crowbar Connects, and Neither Milk nor Yogurt

Up Front Radio, Audio, Nov 12, 2005

A weekly roundup of news and stories from the New Majorities.

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The Fire Seen Around the World

New America Media, Commentary, Raj Jayadev, Nov 11, 2005

The conditions in poor Parisian suburbs that sparked days of rioting exist in communities across California and around the world, the writer says. Police brutality, unemployment and discrimination could yet fuel more fires.

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In France's Dark Hour, Palestinian Media Stand By Their Longtime Ally

New America Media, News Analysis, Jamal Dajani, Nov 11, 2005

As most Arab media fault France for marginalizing its Muslim immigrant communities, Palestinian media are criticizing the rioters, defending the French government and objecting to the use of the term "Intifada" to describe the unrest.

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France Burns -- Is Europe Next?

New America Media, News Analysis, Paolo Pontoniere, Nov 10, 2005

France is on fire, but all of the European Union should be on edge, as all the ingredients of the detonations in France are present all over the continent.

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Torching Cars When Tempers Boil

New America Media, Commentary, Philip Cunningham, Nov 09, 2005

Cars are easy targets for riotous mobs in France, China and elsewhere around the globe. But car-burning may also mark a poorly articulated rage against a world dominated by destructive, metallic beasts.

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