Former French footballer reveals that two of his relatives were killed in the riots in New Caledonia: “I am in mourning”

Former French footballer reveals that two of his relatives were killed in the riots in New Caledonia: “I am in mourning”

Paris – The ex-footballer Christian Karembeuwinner of the 1998 World Cup with Francerevealed that two of his relatives were killed during the riots in New Caledonia.

Speaking during an interview with Europe 1 radio on Monday, the former real Madrid He said his two relatives were shot in the head by snipers.

“I have lost members of my family, that is why I have been silent”Karembeu said. “I am in mourning.”

When asked if these were murders, Karembeu responded: “I didn’t want to say it, because the word is strong, but… yes, it is a murder and we hope that there will be inquiries and investigations into it.”

French President Emmanuel Macron decided on Monday to lift the state of emergency imposed this month. Seven people have died as a result of the violence that broke out in New Caledonia. Protests began against the French government’s attempts to amend the French Constitution and change voting lists in New Caledonia.

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