Armenian demonstrators blocked the highway in the Isère department in southeastern France. The protesters attacked Turkish commuters on their way to work. Five people were injured, one of them seriously.
Around 400 Armenian demonstrators protested on the A7 freeway in France, injuring five people.
In their protest action, the group blocked the route in both directions. This caused traffic jams in the morning hours between Lyon and Marseille. During the protest action, Armenian demonstrators attacked Turkish commuters who were on their way to work, according to the Anadolu news agency. Five people were injured. One of them was seriously injured and was undergoing treatment.
Witnesses recorded the assaults and published the recordings on social networks. A video shows how the protesters with sticks in their hands encircle two people and beat them.