Hundreds arrested as France rocked by third night of fiery protests over fatal police shooting of teen

French President Emmanuel Macron condemned the ongoing violence in France on Friday

unacceptable situation" after a third straight night of nationwide protests over the deadly police shooting of a teenager saw cars torched, shops ransacked and hundreds arrested

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In a public statement after a crisis meeting of ministers, Macron said "a third of those arrested last night are young, even very young

Nothing justifies violence," Macron said, stoping short of declaring a state of emergency. "There is an unacceptable instrumentalization of the death of a teenager, which we all deplore, when the period should be one of meditation and respect

At least 875 people were arrested overnight Thursday into Friday, France's Interior Ministry said, following a march earlier Thursday in memory of the 17-year-old