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President Macron holds firm as the large protest movement continues, as they say, diesel and fuel taxes are too high.
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The French 'gilets jaunes' group have appointed a delegation of eight spokespeople to negotiate with the French government over the tax hikes it intends to carry out.
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.
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.
The yellow vest protests, now in their second week, oppose rising fuel costs and President Emmanuel Macron's economic policies.
While Macron touched down in Belgium for a state visit, back at home, "yellow vest" protests over rising fuel taxes rumbled on.