Friday, November 04, 2005

Paris Burning (pictures)



Police officers investigate near the wreckages of some of the 27 city buses burned by youths in a warehouse in Trappes, West of Paris, Friday Nov. 4, 2005. Hundreds of cars have been torched over the past week by youths in largely immigrant areas who began rampaging after two of their peers were electrocuted at a power substation while hiding from police they feared were chasing them.(AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)



French firemen confront a blazing warehouse fire near Le Bourget during an eighth night of unrest in the suburbs, northeast of Paris November 4, 2005. Some 1,300 riot police acted as a deterrent and at least 150 vehicles were destroyed overnight, according to official figures. REUTERS/Franck Prevel



A fireman tries to extinguish a school room which was set on fire in the city of Le Blanc-Mesnil, a Paris suburb November 4, 2005. Violence broke out in Paris suburbs for the seventh night running overnight on Thursday after French youths set fire to dozens of cars. REUTERS/Franck Prevel



Smoke rises from a blazing warehouse fire near Le Bourget during an eighth night of unrest in the suburbs, northeast of Paris November 4, 2005. Some 1,300 riot police acted as a deterrent and at least 150 vehicles were destroyed overnight, according to official figures. REUTERS/Franck Prevel



French firemen confront a blazing warehouse fire in Le Bourget during an eighth night of unrest in the suburbs, northeast of Paris November 4, 2005. Some 1,300 riot police acted as a deterrent and at least 150 vehicles were destroyed overnight according to official figures. REUTERS/Franck Prevel



Firefighters try to extinguish a raging fire of a warehouse in the Paris suburb of Le Bourget, early Friday. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)



firefighters tries to extinguish a raging fire of a carpet warehouse in the Paris suburb, Aulnay sous Bois, early Friday, Nov. 4, 2005 after the seventh consecutive nights of violence on the outskirts of Paris. More than a thousand of police were deployed to again do battle with groups as a kindergarten, a gymnasium, government offices and hundreds of cars have been torched over the past week by youths in largely immigrant areas who began rampaging after two of their peers were electrocuted at a power substation while hiding from police they feared were chasing them. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)



Firefighters extinguish a torched car in Le Blanc Mesnil after the seventh consecutive nights of violence on the ouskirts of the French capital. More than 1,300 police were deployed to again do battle with groups of stone- and bottle-throwing youths that have torched hundreds of vehicles and vandalised buildings in rampages in low-income, high-immigrant districts since last week.(AFP/Jack Guez)



French gendarmes watch burning cars in Clichy-sous-Bois on the seventh consecutive night of violence on the ouskirts of the French capital. More than 1,300 police were deployed to again do battle with groups of stone- and bottle-throwing youths that have torched hundreds of vehicles and vandalised buildings in rampages in low-income, high-immigrant districts since last week.(AFP/Thomas Coex)

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Searching pictures this morning there seems to be something missing from all the pictures.

THERE'S NO PICTURES OF THE RIOTERS!