Be not deceived: 'Youths' is an anachronism used by the media to describe sundry non-whites which the traitors in the French government have allowed to overtake France via mass immigration.
Buildings and cars were torched overnight as youths and police clashed in the northern French city of Amiens.
Sixteen police officers were injured in the clashes with up
to 100 youths, some of whom threw fireworks, large-sized shot and
projectiles, say police.
Reports suggest the unrest may have been triggered after police arrested a man for dangerous driving.
Interior Minister Manuel Valls was jostled when he visited the area.
A small group of people tried to push through his security
detail as he walked through the area, alternately booing him, cursing
him and trying to speak to him, reported AP news agency.
President Francois Hollande has vowed to beef
up security resources to combat the violence, saying public security was
"not just a priority but an obligation".
Further police reinforcements have been sent to the zone. The
concern is that violence could spread to other suburbs and cities, says
the BBC's Christian Fraser in Paris.