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A demonstrator holds up a poster reading, 'Clement Meric, 18 years old, forever in our hearts, neither forget, nor forgive' during a demonstration on June 6, 2013 in the southwestern French town of Toulouse after a young far-left activist was killed during a fight with skinheads in central Paris. Clement Meric, an 18-year-old French far-left activist and student at the city's prestigious Sciences-Po university, died on June 6 following the fight. Clement Meric had been left brain dead after the violence on June 5. The police source said three men and one woman had been held and that the attacker who is thought to have dealt the fatal blow denied having an intention to kill. AFP PHOTO / PASCAL PAVANI (Photo credit should read PASCAL PAVANI/AFP/Getty Images)
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A demonstrator holds up a poster reading, 'Clement Meric, 18 years old, forever in our hearts, neither forget, nor forgive' during a demonstration on June 6, 2013 in the southwestern French town of Toulouse after a young far-left activist was killed during a fight with skinheads in central Paris. Clement Meric, an 18-year-old French far-left activist and student at the city's prestigious Sciences-Po university, died on June 6 following the fight. Clement Meric had been left brain dead after the violence on June 5. The police source said three men and one woman had been held and that the attacker who is thought to have dealt the fatal blow denied having an intention to kill. AFP PHOTO / PASCAL PAVANI (Photo credit should read PASCAL PAVANI/AFP/Getty Images)
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