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Police fired tear gas at "yellow vest" demonstrators on Saturday (April 6) in the western French city of Nantes in another weekend of anti-government protests.
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said he recognised the need to "quickly reduce taxes" in a presentation of the Great National Debate takeaways.
"I'm 73, what could happen to me?" activist Genevière Legay said at a peaceful gilets jaunes march, before she was severely injured when police closed in on protesters.
Nice's public prosecutor said on Friday that an injured 'gilets jaunes' protester had "indeed been pushed by police" at last weekend's protest.
It comes after violent scenes on the landmark Parisien boulevard last Saturday that saw demonstrators torch Le Fouquet restaurant.
The decision came after violence marred last weekend's protests, reaching levels not seen since December.
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The French police investigation body has opened an enquiry into whether officers were stealing PSG jerseys after a viral video shows them stashing red and white t-shirts into a bag next to the club's store in the Champs Elysees.
Police fired tear gas and water cannons as the yellw vest protests
turned violent again after weeks of relative calm and declining numbers of participants.
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Less than 30 000 people across the country turned out for the seventeenth weekend of protests
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.