Police Respond to Pro-Palestine Protest at Sorbonne University in Paris

Police intervened to disperse pro-Palestine student protesters at Sorbonne University in Paris, France, on Monday, April 29.

Footage recorded by Luc Auffret captures demonstrators marching, engaging in pro-Palestine chants, while police officers are seen blocking off streets to deter protesters from advancing.

According to France24, approximately 100 demonstrators participated in the protest.

Le Monde reported that the encampment protest, which had barely started, was dispersed at the request of Prime Minister Gabriel Attal.

A student told Le Monde that no arrests were made.

This protest follows an earlier demonstration at Sciences Po on Friday, April 26. Credit: Luc Auffret via Storyful

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