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Leader claims French and Italian people have common cause
As the "gilets jaunes" (yellow vests) movement entered its 13th week of action, protesters clashed with police in Paris.
Watch Italian MEP Ignazio Corrao and Euronews' Grégoire Lory discuss the deteriorating relations between France and Italy.
Here is our round-up of key stories from across Europe so far today.
President Macron is reportedly considering holding a referendum this spring to quell the continuing yellow jacket protests.
Former gilets jaunes leader,Jacline Mouraud, launched a new political party called "Les Emergents" that "will do things with the heart instead of the wallet," she told Euronews.
"Gilet jaune” (yellow vest) protesters took to the streets on Saturday for another weekend of anti-government action, as they paid homage to those injured by police in previous demonstrations.
Top French court upholds police use of controversial rubber-bullet launchers.
Anti-government protesters faced off with French riot police in Nantes on Saturday (January 26) smashing street billboards in the 11th weekend of unrest that has shaken President Emmanuel Macron's authority.
The 'Foulards rouges' marched in Paris on Sunday to protest the gilets jaunes movement.
Join us for the full edition of Thursday's Raw Politics show from Brussels.
The French protesters are trying to ride a wave of momentum all the way to Brussels.
French President Emmanuel Macron will meet mayors from the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region on Thursday as part of his Great National Debate initiative. Why were the debates started and how do they work?