The streets of France are on fire after the murder of a 17-year-old African-American boy. The demonstrations that turned into violent incidents that started on Tuesday continued throughout the night.
In the suburbs of Paris, vehicles, public buildings and shops were set on fire, while some stores were looted. 667 people have been detained so far.
Security forces trying to quell the violence once again clashed with demonstrators.
Police used tear gas to disperse the crowd, while demonstrators responded with fireworks.
French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin announced on his social media account that 667 people were detained during the violence.
In the statement made by the Ministry of Interior, 249 police and gendarmes were injured.
Emmanuel Macron has called for calm and warned against unrest spreading across France.
Macron told reporters: "We have an adolescent that was killed, it is unexplainable and inexcusable. Nothing justifies the death of a young man."