In some nights the uprising in France took place in more than 250 cities and towns. Yesterday again hundreds of cars burned. The french government has announced the state of exception in 38 cities.
Facts, numbers and analysis on:
SZ (Süddeutsche Zeitung) reports yesterday and today say that cars burned in those german cities:
-Berlin (Berlin Moabit - low income district, very high unemployment) indymedia report on: http://switzerland.indymedia.org/de/2005/11/36207.shtml
- Bremen (also an old school building was set on fire)
- Chemnitz http://www.diepresse.com/Artikel.aspx?channel=p&ressort=a&id=518437
attacks with bottles and stones on police and fire fighters in a low-income area in germany:
since about 5 nights cars burn in Brussels. Since yesterday night cars also burned in other cities in Belgium (SZ, yahoo news.) http://www.diepresse.com/Artikel.aspx?channel=p&ressort=a&id=518437
copy and paste from wikipedia:
On Sunday, November 6, the first possibly related incident outside France took place. Five cars were torched in Saint-Gilles, Brussels in Belgium. Belgian police considered it as an isolated case.  However, on Monday another five cars were torched in the region, as more were overturned and Molotov cocktails were thrown at the police.  In Liège, Sint-Niklaas, Bruges and even the rural community Dilbeek there were isolated events of car burning and Molotov-throwing.   On November 8, there were fifteen more acts of car burning, Molotov-throwing and arson. New areas that were hit include Antwerp and Ghent.  On November 9 the police encountered conclusive evidence that the arson was inspired by the situation in France: on a torched car, the remark "Fuck you Sarkozy, Antwerp - Paris" was found.  In the evening, new cases of torched cars were reported.  
A number of arson attacks and other acts of vandalism possibly inspired by the riots in France have been committed in Berlin and Germany. Six cars were set ablaze in Bremen and Berlin on the night between 6 and 7 November. In the Moabit neighborhood of Berlin, five cars were set on fire. In Bremen, a caravan (camper) burned down. Police have not ruled out the possibility that those were copycat attacks related to those in France. ,
A number of arsons occured in Viby near Aarhus in Denmark in late October and early November. Store-front windows were also smashed. After a community meeting, complete with socialworkers and police, relative calm was achieved over the weekend. However, a substantial police force had to be deployed on Wednesday, November 9, to restore order after store-smashing and attempted torchings recurred. 
On Monday, November 7, twenty trash cans, five cars and a motorbike were torched in the city of Seville. Firefighters attempting to extinguish the fire were injured by stones thrown by attackers. The subdelegate of the Spanish government in Seville considered it to be an isolated case.   On Tuesday, November 8, another car and more trash cans were burned in many districts of Seville. . Also, four cars were torched in the city of Hospitalet de Llobregat. 
On November 9, two acts of car torching were reported in Lisbon, possibly inspired by the French riots.