Paris police accused of STEALING BLANKETS from migrants 'to force them off the streets'

  Daily Express 
PARISIAN police have been threatening the lives of homeless migrants by stealing the blankets they use to withstand the freezing cold temperatures in a bid to get them off the city's streets, according to a leading international aid agency. ▶ Full story on express.co.uk

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