PARIS (Sputnik) — The representatives of the Chinese community of the French capital has been organizing protests for the second night in a row over the killing.
On Sunday, a 57-year-old man of Chinese origin was killed in a standoff with French police. Chinese media claimed citing the victim's relatives that the officers broke into the individual's house without two warnings and opened fire, while the man was able to injure one policeman with scissors. The police officers reportedly came to the place of the incident after a row between the victim and his neighbor about noise.
On Tuesday, Beijing has filed a protest to the French authorities over the incident.
Also on Tuesday, French media reported that Paris police had arrested 35 people after a rally by the capital's Asian community over the murder of a Chinese man by a policeman turned violent.