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Afghan migrant shocked by French police beating

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Afghan migrant shocked by French police beating

Afghan migrant shocked by French police beating

An Afghan migrant who made his way across several countries including Pakistan and Iran to reach what he thought was sanctuary in France expressed his shock at being beaten by French police.

Adam Reed reports.


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