Chinese shop owner robbed in latest Paris incident

More than 10,000 ethnic Chinese staged a protest march in Paris last Sunday over the fatal attack on tailor Zhang Chaolin, 49, calling for increased securityA Chinese shop owner was attacked and forced to hand over 5,000 euros ($5,600) in a Paris suburb in the latest attack on the Chinese community in the French capital, police said Wednesday. Three people have been arrested over the incident, which comes at a time of heightened safety concerns among ethnic Chinese residents of Paris following a fatal attack on a tailor last month and a series of muggings. The shop owner was on his way to his home in Bobigny to the northeast of Paris at around midnight on Tuesday when two men confronted him, seized some of his possessions and forced him to lead them to his apartment, according to police sources.

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