Justice for Théo: VICE News Tonight on HBO (Full Segment)

On Saturday, thousands gathered for the largest of many recent protests against police brutality in Paris. The unrest began when a 22-year-old black man called Theo was allegedly beaten and raped by police in a suburb of Paris on February 2nd. Four days later, President Francois Hollande visited Theo in hospital hoping to calm the anger that has spread throughout France. But the gesture has done little to placate the masses here. Milene Larsson reports from Paris.

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Only Two Men Convicted After 1,200 Sexual Assaults In Cologne (HBO)

Heavy security is expected in Cologne during this year’s New Year’s celebrations, following last year’s multiple assaults on mainly women celebrating in front of the cathedral and the station. The 2015/2016 New Year’s Eve celebrations in several German cities were rocked by a wave of sex attacks and assaults. The worst were centred on Cologne. It’s estimated up to 1200 women were assaulted and 2000 men were involved. Milene Larsson travels to Cologne to speak to victims and the authorities, to try and find out what really happened, and why some events weren’t made public for days.

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