Riots in France appear to be calming, after five days of violent protests in response to the shooting of teenager Nahel M during a police traffic stop.
Sunday night saw violence subside, and fewer arrests were made.
However, President Emmanuel Macron has asked the interior ministry to keep a “massive” police presence on the streets.
On Monday, mayors called for rallies to be held outside town halls to protest the violence and looting.
In Nanterre, Nahel’s hometown, mayor Patrick Jarry said he was pleased the violence had subsided but added that “we shouldn’t lose sight of the incident that sparked this situation and the continuing need for justice”.