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Yellow vest protesters gathered in several locations across France on Saturday for the movement's 17th consecutive week of demonstrations
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The interior ministry said it had counted 39,300 protesters nationwide compared to 46,600 people last week.
The Interior Ministry reported that around 5,600 people were protesting across the country at 2pm on Saturday - at the same time last week it was almost double that number.
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For the movement's "Act XV", the Gilets Jaunes organised marches in Paris and other cities as well as a picnic at the Chambord castle and a protest at the UN.
Remarkable footage has emerged of a police patrol coming under attack during Yellow Vest protests in the French city of Lyon.
They shouted: "Go back to Tel Aviv!", "We are France!", and "Zionist!".
In November around 300,000 people took to the streets across cities in France. Last week there were around 50,000, according to government estimates, but organisers put the figure at more than 100,000.
“We have guys, paramilitaries, who are ready to intervene,” said Christophe Chalencon, a key figure in the "yellow vests" movement. “Because they too want to topple the power."
Following nearly three months of anti-government protests in France, most people now say they want the demonstrations to end, according to a poll by Elabe for BFMTV.
Christophe Dettinger, a former boxer who hit police during a 'Yellow vest' protest was handed an 18-month suspended sentence in addition to jail time on Wednesday.
Leader claims French and Italian people have common cause
Violence broke on the 13th week of gilets jaunes protests in Paris.
As the "gilets jaunes" (yellow vests) movement entered its 13th week of action, protesters clashed with police in Paris.
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"For several months France has been the subject of repeated accusations, unfounded attacks and outrageous declarations," France's foreign ministry said in a statement.
Italy's Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio met a senior 'yellow vest' figure on Tuesday. Jean-Luc Melenchon and Marine Le Pen have also tried to align their parties with the grassroots campaign.