Thousands march in Paris seeking action against domestic violence

A report says police and the justice system often fail to protect women and activists say attitudes need to change to tackle the issue.

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    Thousands of people are holding a march in Paris demanding the French government take strong action against domestic violence.

    A report released this month found police and the justice system often fail to protect women.

    Activists say attitudes need to change to tackle the issue.

    Al Jazeera's Natacha Butler reports from Paris.


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