Violence and RIOTS break out in Paris after French World Cup victory


On Sunday, French football (soccer) fans rejoiced as the country's national team captured its first World Cup since 1998 by defeating Croatia by a final score of 4-2.

From the foot of the Eiffel Tower in Paris to the southern port of Marseille, the whole country seemed to be taken over by a giant party on Sunday night after France's 4-2 victory over Croatia in the World Cup final.

In honor of the returning heroes, several of Paris' metro stops have been temporarily renamed. Goals from Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbappe after in the second half all but secured a second World Cup trophy for the French despite Croatia's best efforts to launch a comeback courtesy of a Hugo Lloris howler allowing Mandzukic to poke in from close range.

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Concerned husband Tyce was lowered to the ground where he gave his wife a kiss of of condolence as the audience cheered. The two spun and flipped in the air, until a blindfolded Tyce was hanging upside down with Mary on top of him.

"We are linked for life now with this Cup", defender Raphael Varane told BFM-TV on Monday before departing from Moscow, evoking the theme of unity that French partiers have consistently evoked.

"Preconceived opinions of this nation have changed thanks to the World Cup".

Their worst team of the World Cup features three players each from Poland and Germany, two of the most disappointing sides to play in Russian Federation.

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France's Equality Minister Marlene Schiappa also urged victims to come forward on Tuesday, saying on Twitter that "A man forcibly kisses a woman during the World Cup parties, that's sexual assault that is punished by the law".

Windows were broken on the Champs Elysees, and objects including bottles and chairs were thrown at police officers who responded by using tear gas.

Despite numerous Parisian population spending much of the night in delirium, they were still out in numbers for France's return and trophy parade. Authorities detained 90 people for questioning in the Paris region and some 290 around France.

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