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Numbers are down around France and with the exception of a couple of hotspots, protests have been peaceful as the Christmas holiday season hits its stride.
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.
Acts of violence were down along with numbers as the anti-austerity movement returned to central Paris.
They are upset over President Emmanuel Macron's handling of the "gilets jaunes" crisis.
Hundreds of speed cameras in France have been put out of service since Gilets Jaunes protests began.
French President Emmanuel Macron is set to address the nation later today, after another weekend of violent protests.
US President Donald Trump is among populist leaders and opponents of Macron to applaud the efforts of the Gilets Jaunes protesters.
"At the end, I ask myself why I work just to survive," man who came up with using "yellow vests" as the symbol for protests, tells Euronews
Saturday's gilets jaunes protests were less violent than last weekend's, announced French Interior Minister, adding that turnout was also down.
Protests turn violent after police deny marchers access to Guillotiere bridge.
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.
As thousands of protesters marched out in the streets of Paris, Euronews travelled to different French cities to understand why people have joined the movement.
Euronews' Emmanuelle Saliba is meeting student protesters in Paris as the movement gains momentum to hear their stories and find out more about why they are taking to the streets.
Students clashed with police in the French western city of Nantes on Thursday as anger grows in France over President Emmanuel macron's reforms.
As spokespeople for the 'gilets jaunes' (yellow vests) movement called for protesters to mobilise in France for a further weekend of demonstrations, we look at where the movement has spread to beyond the hexagon's borders.
Macron's headache just got a bit worse.
French PM Philippe has confirmed the government will suspend controversial fuel tax increases.
What is behind the gilets jaunes protests and what is Macron doing to solve it? Find out on Euronews' political show Raw Politics.
French ambulance drivers staged a surprise protest that began in the early hours of Monday morning against social security reforms they say would compromise some ambulance companies.
This is the police bodycam footage that takes you to the heart of protests in Paris on Saturday.
A van driver has told Euronews how feared for his safety after getting caught in a Gilets jaunes blockade in France for more than eight hours.
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.
Yellow vest anti-austerity protesters have taken their campaign to the French capital, and have been met with tear gas after violence broke out.
The best images from a day of protests in France over rising fuel prices.