Police officers secure the front of a police station, in Marseille, France, ahead of police vans carrying soccer fans arriving, Tuesday June 14, 2016. (AP Photo/Claude Paris)
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Some 20 police officers and six protesters were injured in Paris Tuesday as projectile-throwing demonstrators, angry over an unpopular labor reform, clashed with French riot police who responded with tear gas.Paris police official Johanna Primevert said that in addition to the 26 injured, some 21 people were detained during the day's action against the law that is currently being debated in the Senate.Protesters set out from southeast Paris heading for the Invalides plaza. In Paris, the Eiffel Tower was closed Tuesday because the operators said they could not guarantee public safety and taxi drivers temporarily blocked some of the city's main access roads in the morning.
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