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France Fuel Protests
Paris monuments reopened, cleanup workers cleared debris and shop owners tried to put the city on its feet again after running battles between yellow-vested protesters and riot police left 71 injured and caused widespread damage to the French capital.
  • Dec 10, 2018

    A man walks near a coffee shop whose windows are broken in Paris. Paris monuments reopened, cleanup workers cleared debris and shop owners tried to put the city on its feet again, after running battles between yellow-vested protesters and riot police left 71 injured and caused widespread damage to the French capital.
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  • Dec 10, 2018

    A worker clears debris in a bank as a man watches through smashed windows, in Paris.
    AP Photo/Christophe Ena
  • Dec 09, 2018

    Demonstrators gesture on the blocked highway in Biarritz, southwestern France. The grassroots movement began as resistance against a rise in taxes for diesel and gasoline, but quickly expanded to encompass frustration at stagnant incomes and the growing cost of living. Offshoot movements have emerged elsewhere, and yellow-vest protests were held in Belgium and the Netherlands.
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  • Dec 09, 2018

    Police officers clash with demonstrators in Lyon, central France. The grassroots movement began as resistance against a rise in taxes for diesel and gasoline, but quickly expanded to encompass frustration at stagnant incomes and the growing cost of living.
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  • Dec 09, 2018

    Riot police officers stand behind a burning trash bin during clashes in Marseille, southern France.
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  • Dec 09, 2018

    People run away from a burning car during clashes in Marseille, southern France.
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  • Dec 08, 2018

    Yellow vests hang on the rooftop and at windows of an apartment building in Marseille, southern France. Across the country, France is mobilizing some 89,000 police, up from 65,000 last weekend when more than 130 people were injured and over 400 arrested as protests degenerated into the worst street violence to hit Paris in decades.
    AP Photo/Claude Paris
  • Dec 08, 2018

    Workers carry a wooden piece to protect shop windows on the Champs-Elysees avenue in Paris. Many shop owners across the French capital are getting ready for the violence, setting up walls with carton boards to protect their windows. The Arc de Triomphe is seen in background.
    AP Photo/Francois Mori
  • Dec 06, 2018

    French riot police officers remove a barricade that was set sup outside the French oil giant Total fuel depot in Gennevilliers, outside Paris. The concessions made by French president Emmanuel Macron's government in a bid to stop the huge and violent anti-government demonstrations seemed to have failed to convince protesters, with trade unions and disgruntled farmers now threatening to join the fray.
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  • Dec 06, 2018

    A group of demonstrators wearing their yellow vest occupy a traffic circle outside La Mede oil refinery, near Martigues, southeastern France. Trade unions and farmers pledged to join nationwide protests against President Emmanuel Macron, as concessions by the government failed to stem the momentum of the most violent demonstrations France has seen in decades. On poster reads: Macron resigns, National Assembly dissolution. People suffering.
    AP Photo/Claude Paris
  • Dec 06, 2018

    A group of demonstrators wearing their yellow vest occupy a traffic circle, outside La Mede oil refinery, near Martigues, southeastern France.
    AP Photo/Claude Paris
  • Dec 06, 2018

    A group of demonstrators wearing their yellow vest occupy a traffic circle, outside La Mede oil refinery, near Martigues, southeastern France.
    AP Photo/Claude Paris
  • Dec 06, 2018

    A group of demonstrators wearing their yellow vest talk to a truck driver as they occupy a traffic circle, outside La Mede oil refinery, near Martigues, southeastern France.
    AP Photo/Claude Paris
  • Dec 05, 2018

    A demonstrator stands in front of a makeshift barricade set up by the so-called yellow jackets to block the entrance of a fuel depot in Le Mans, western France with banner reading "Stop the Government racket". French government's decision to suspend fuel tax and utility hikes did little to appease protesters, who called the move a "first step" and vowed to fight on after large-scale rioting in Paris last weekend.
    AP Photo/David Vincent
  • Dec 05, 2018

    Demonstrators stand near a makeshift barricade set up by the so-called yellow jackets to block the entrance of a fuel depot in Le Mans, western France.
    AP Photo/David Vincent
  • Dec 05, 2018

    A demonstrator wearing a yellow vest rests as protesters open the toll gates on a motorway near Aix-en-Provence, southeastern France.
    AP Photo/Claude Paris
  • Dec 05, 2018

    Demonstrators stand in front of a makeshift barricade set up by the so-called yellow jackets to block the entrance of a fuel depot in Le Mans, western France.
    AP Photo/David Vincent
  • Dec 05, 2018

    Demonstrators, known as the yellow jackets, burn wooden pallets as they block the entrance of a fuel depot in Le Mans, western France.
    AP Photo/David Vincent
  • Dec 05, 2018

    Demonstrators wearing yellow vests blow into small horns as they open the toll gates on a motorway near Aix-en-Provence, southeastern France.
    AP Photo/Claude Paris
  • Dec 05, 2018

    A demonstrator wearing a yellow vest waves the French flag while another one sets up a barrier on a motorway near Aix-en-Provence, southeastern France.
    AP Photo/Claude Paris
  • Dec 05, 2018

    A demonstrators stand in front of a makeshift barricade set up by the so-called yellow jackets to block the entrance of a fuel depot in Le Mans, western France.
    AP Photo/David Vincent
  • Dec 04, 2018

    Ambulance workers block the Place de la Concorde in Paris. Ambulance workers took to the streets and gathered close to the National Assembly in downtown Paris to complain about changes to working conditions as French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe is holding crisis talks with representatives of major political parties in the wake of violent anti-government protests that have rocked Paris.
    AP Photo/Michel Euler
  • Dec 04, 2018

    Ambulance workers block the Place de la Concorde and hold a board reading "The State killed me", in Paris.
    AP Photo/Michel Euler
  • Dec 04, 2018

    Ambulance workers block the bridge leading the National Assembly, background, in Paris.
    AP Photo/Michel Euler
  • Dec 04, 2018

    Ambulance workers block the Place de la Concorde after setting ablaze tyres in Paris.
    AP Photo/Michel Euler
  • Dec 04, 2018

    Ambulance workers hold flares outside the National Assembly in Paris.
    AP Photo/Michel Euler
  • Dec 04, 2018

    Riot police officers guard the National Assembly in Paris. Ambulance workers took to the streets and gathered close to the National Assembly in downtown Paris to complain about changes to working conditions as French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe is holding crisis talks with representatives of major political parties in the wake of violent anti-government protests that have rocked Paris.
    AP Photo/Michel Euler
  • Dec 03, 2018

    A charred car is pictured the day after a demonstration, near the Arc de Triomphe, in Paris. A protest against rising taxes and the high cost of living turned into a riot in the French capital, as activists torched cars, smashed windows, looted stores and tagged the Arc de Triomphe with multi-colored graffiti.
    AP Photo/Thibault Camus
  • Dec 03, 2018

    A man rides his bicycle past by charred cars, near the Arc de Triomphe, in Paris.
    AP Photo/Kamil Zihnioglu
  • Dec 03, 2018

    A man takes a snapshot of charred cars the day after a demonstration, near the Arc de Triomphe, in Paris.
    AP Photo/Thibault Camus
  • Dec 03, 2018

    A woman walks past by a street barricade, near the Arc de Triomphe, in Paris.
    AP Photo/Kamil Zihnioglu
  • Dec 03, 2018

    Tear gas canisters are seen among autumn leaves strewn near the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.
    AP Photo/Kamil Zihnioglu
  • Dec 03, 2018

    A woman walks past graffiti reading "Paris is ours", near the Arc de Triomphe, in Paris.
    AP Photo/Kamil Zihnioglu
  • Dec 03, 2018

    Workers clean up the street as they remove burned motorcycles, near the Arc de Triomphe, in Paris.
    AP Photo/Kamil Zihnioglu
  • Dec 02, 2018

    Avenues leading to the Arc de Triomphe are pictured from the top of the Arc de Triomphe on the Champs-Elysees avenue during a demonstration in Paris. A French protest against rising taxes and the high cost of living turned into a riot in Paris as police fired tear gas and water cannon in street battles with activists wearing the fluorescent yellow vests of a new movement.
    AP Photo/Kamil Zihnioglu
  • Dec 02, 2018

    Hooded demonstrators smash a car during a demonstration in Paris.
    AP Photo/Thibault Camus
  • Dec 02, 2018

    A hooded demonstrator throws an item as a car buns during a demonstration in Paris.
    AP Photo/Thibault Camus
  • Dec 02, 2018

    Demonstrators use street barriers to shieled from water cannons during a demonstration in Paris.
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  • Dec 02, 2018

    A broken sculpture of Marianne, symbol of the French Repupblic, appears damaged in the gallery inside the Arc de Triomphe during a demonstration in Paris. A French protest against rising taxes and the high cost of living turned into a riot in Paris as police fired tear gas and water cannon in street battles with activists wearing the fluorescent yellow vests of a new movement.
    AP Photo/Kamil Zihnioglu
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