French court rules against former students in discrimination case

Three former students accused state of racism after they were stopped and searched by police on a school trip in 2017.

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    A French court has ruled against three former high school students who accused the state of racial discrimination.

    The men, all of African descent, said they were stopped and searched by police on a school trip in 2017 because of their skin colour.

     

    Al Jazeera's Natacha Butler reports from Paris.


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