"We're going to come back and kill you all! You're hindering our business!" This is what parents and children terrorized heard on Monday near the Brossolette school, in Valence, in the Drôme. A degree of more in the anguish that undermines the inhabitants: two schools had to close Tuesday and Wednesday in the Plan district, while teachers exercised their right to withdraw. Bursts of Kalashnikovs under windows, bullet holes on shopkeepers' windows, urban guerrilla warfare between the buildings of two rival cities: in May, a series of shootings linked to drug trafficking shook Valencia, leaving four dead and several wounded. "A modus operandi that is similar to organized crime," says the prosecutor of the Republic of Valencia.
From beatings in a corner of the parking lot, we moved on to shootings with heavy weapons. Sometimes in broad daylight, in the city center, even if it means making collateral victims. Stabbing brawls...
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