Ten people were arrested and four police officers injured in protests near Paris on Friday, after more than 1,500 demonstrators took to the streets over the death of a young man in custody. Beaumont-sur-Oise, a northern suburb of Paris, has been rocked by protests since Tuesday, when 24-year-old Adama Traore died after being arrested by police for interfering in the arrest of his brother. The protests turned violent late Friday when cars were torched, a factory was set on fire, and police were fired at by protesters using homemade weapons. French authorities say an autopsy showed that Traore had died from a serious infection rather than violence by police, but family and friends of the man remain suspicious.
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