Students shout slogans against the police as they occupy the Sorbonne University in Paris, France, 19 February 2009. Hundreds of students decided to occupy the Sorbonne late in the evening after a demonstration as part of a nationwide protest to denounce a government decree, reforming the professor-researchers' status, part of a new law on the autonomy of universities. Several demonstrations took part in France as universities are on strike all over the country against the reform proposal submitted by Minister for French Higher Education and Research Valerie Pecresse. EPA/LUCAS DOLEGA
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