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New Caledonia: French Police Arrest 11 Including Independence Leader

HeadlineJun 20, 2024

French police have arrested 11 people in the Pacific territory of New Caledonia, including the head of the local independence movement, following weeks of protests over voting reforms pushed by France. Thousands of extra French police officers remain on the archipelago. Last week, French President Emmanuel Macron agreed to suspend the reforms.

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