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Paris and other cities in France are cleaning up after the fifth week of protests by the Gilets Jaunes, or Yellow Jackets
France's 'gilet jaune' (yellow vest) protesters gathered in Paris for what they called "act five" of their demonstrations against the government.
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Euronews' Paris Correspondent Anelise Borges and Cube Editor Emmanuelle Saliba were on the ground in Paris as the Gulet Jaunes demonstrators protested in the French capital for the fourth week.
One demonstrator said: "We want to bring our support towards this movement which will allow us to be heard by the government."
Last week France saw the worst violence in decades - leaving four people dead and hundreds more injured
French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe is preparing to suspend planned tax increases on fuel following a weekend of unrest in Paris
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The meeting is a bid to avoid new action Saturday on the Champs-Elysées in Paris, where a protest last Saturday degenerated into violence.
Spokespeople for "les gilets jaunes" protest movement have said French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe wants to meet them on Friday.
President Macron condemns protesters and heaps shame on those who would use violence against the police and elected representatives.
Cleaning crews on Sunday were clearing debris in front of Paris' iconic Arc de Triomphe, a day after violent clashes between police and protesters broke out in the French capital.
A baby was born in the Paris metro on Wednesday evening, transport authorities in the French capital have confirmed.
The Reina Sofia Museum opened an exhibition featuring more than 200 works from famous artists ranging from Picasso to Tinguely called "Paris, against all odds". It will remain open until April 22.
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