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Yellow Vest violence on streets of Paris for THIRTEENTH weekend in a row



Violence breaks out on the streets of Paris today as anti-riot police face a mass of French yellow protesters on the 13th consecutive weekend of demonstrations.

Tear gas and baton charges were used around the Champs Elysee, after demonstrating threw stones at officers and vandals to smash shop windows.

Shocking footage shows protesters gathering around a man whose hand has been ripped off which spurts blood as he cries in pain.

Other grisly scenes show demonstrators trying to topple boards, throwing planks of wood and cornering police as more tear gas is thrown.

Many businesses were shut down in the Yellow Vests ̵

1; who are named after their high visibility jackets – mobilized across the country.

 Protesters wearing a yellow vest throwing up a tear at the National Assembly in Paris, during the 13th consecutive Saturday of demonstrations

 Protesters wearing a white jacket on the ground near the National Assembly Assembly in Paris, during the 13th consecutive Saturday of demonstrations

An injured protester is protesting at the 13th consecutive Saturday in Paris.

 An injured protester is protesting

 An injured protester is given help during a demonstration

 An injured protester is given help during a demonstration

An injured protester is given help during a demonstration protesters gathering around.

 Protesters gathering around

Protesters gathering around a man. 19659015 Protesters gathering around a man

 Grisly scenes show blood splattered on the ground as protesters pour water over a mans wound after his hand was torn off

 Grisly scenes show blood splattered on the ground

 Grisly scenes show blood splattered on the ground as protesters pour water over a mans wound after his hand was torn off

 Grisly scenes show blood splattered on the ground

Grisly scenes show blood splattered on the ground as protesters pour water over a mans wound after his hand was torn off

 A p red faces police officers amid tear gas smoke outside the National Assembly in Paris. The protests in the French capital have passed the National Assembly and want to end up near the Eiffel Tower

 A protester faces police officers amid tear gas smoke outside the National Assembly in Paris. The protests in the French capital have passed the National Assembly and want to end up in the Eiffel Tower

A protester faces police officers at the National Assembly in Paris. Many workers were shutting down the Eiffel Tower

 Many workers were shutting off the yellow vests

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 The protest in the French capital has passed the National Assembly and wants to end up near the Eiffel Tower

Men destroy the window of a bank. The protest in the French capital has passed the National Assembly and wants to end up near the Eiffel Tower [19659031] protester from the movement climbs on the Champs Elysees during the 'Act XIII' demonstration ” class=”blkBorder img-share” />

 protester from the movement climbs on the Champs Elysees during the 'Act XIII' demonstration

A protester from the movement climbs a police vehicle on the Champs Elysees during the 'Act XIII' demonstration

 Protesters wearing a white vest gathering at the National Assembly in Paris.

 Protesters wearing a yellow vest gathering outside the National Assembly in Paris.

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 Police officers standing amid tear gas smoke outside the National Assembly in Paris. Extremists wearing black balaclavas infiltrated the crowds

Police officers standing amid tear gas smoke outside the National Assembly in Paris. Extremists wearing black balaclavas infiltrated the crowds

 Protesters march during a demonstration near the Arc de Triomphe in Paris as they gather to keep pressure on French president Emmanuel Macron's government

 Protesters march during a demonstration near the Arc de Triomphe in Paris as French President Emmanuel Macron's government

Protesters march during a demonstration near the Arc de Triomphe in Paris as they gather to keep pressure on President Emmanuel Macron's French President

Four armored cars with chemical weapons dispensers were being used to patrol the demonstration, together with water canons and other police vehicles.

The protest in the French capital has passed the National Assembly and will end up near the Eiffel Tower.

An officer at the scene said: 'Extremists wearing black balaclavas have infiltrated the crowds and are intent on violence. '

Jerome Rodrigues, a leading Yellow Vest who lost his life in a fire.

Like others who have been mutilated by such weapons he called

Eric Drouet, another Yellow Vests leader, said the incident was 'a mass uprising without precedent by all means useful and necessary.'

Such words of huge concern for President Macron, who has been arrested British politicians of 'tearing society apart' by allowing a Brexit referendum in Britain.

It comes as a criminal inquiry France's National Assembly.

Richard Ferrand, who is the equivalent of the Speaker in Britain's House of Commons and a close friend of Emmanuel Macron, described the attack on the property in his Brittany constituency as' violence and intimidation '.

The National Gendarmerie discovered a blanket, a tire and a torch soaked in fuel on the site, leaving' the criminal origin in no doubt, 'according to a statement from Mr Ferrand's office.

The Independent Mr. Macron, leader of the Republic On The Move party,

The Yellow Vests have been joined by extremists from the Far Right and the Ultra Left as well as anarchists intent on causing as much damage as possible The French presidential election in a landslide in 2017, but he is now dubbed the 'President of the Rich' with polls showing his popularity rating to struggling to get above 30 per cent.

Today's ugly scenes are typical of those that have regularly reduced Paris and other towns and cities was a zone.

President, Emmanuel Macron – the.

The yellow vest activists, who are now making their way through the past three months, are now attempting to achieve electoral success target of many demonstrators' anger – seems to be clawing back support as he tries to source the movement with a national political debate. Recent polls show Macron's approval ratings rising.

Around 196,000 people nationwide took part in French protests last week,

down from more than 80,000 the previous two weekends,

The yellow vests movement began in November and what named after the fluorescent motor vests that French motorists must carry.

 A protester throws a tear on the canisters of the National Assembly in Paris

 A protester throws a tear on the canisters of the National Assembly in Paris

A protester throws a tear on the canister Paris

 Paris protesters wearing a yellow vest standing in tear gas smoke near the Eiffel Tower

 protesters wearing a yellow vest standing in tear gas near the Eiffel tower in Paris

Protesters wearing a yellow vest standing in tear gas smoke near the Eiffel Tower in Paris

 An injured policeman in riot gear is giving help during a demonstration of the "yellow vests" movement

 An injured policeman in riot gear is given help during a demonstration by the "yellow vests" movement

An injured policeman in riot gear is given help during a demonstration by the "yellow vests" movement

 A protester wearing a yellow vest Richard Ferrand and French MPs, outside the National Assembly

 President of the French National Assembly Richard Ferrand and French MPs, outside the National Assembly

A protester throws a wooden plank on the facade and a man destroys boards of the National Assembly

 A protester throws a wooden plank on the facade and a man destroys boards of the National Assembly </p>
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 19659075] A protester throws a wooden plank on the facade and a man destroys boards of the National Assembly

 A protester throws a wooden plank on the facade and a man destroys boards of the National Assembly

 A protester throws a wooden plank on the facade and a man destroys boards of the National Assembly

A protester throws a wooden plank on the facade and a man destroys boards of the National A ssembly

 Yellow flowers are seen on the top of a mast showing the French national flag as yellow protesters gathering around the Arc de Triomphe

 Yellow flowers are seen on the top of a mast showing the French national flag as yellow vest protesters gather around the Arc de Triomphe

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 Jerome Rodrigues (pictured), a Leading Yellow Vest Who lost to his eye after being hit by

Jerome Rodrigues (pictured), a leading Yellow Vest who lost his temperament h

 Scourched living room of the property in Motreff, which is in the Finistere department of Brittany

 Scorched living room of the property in Motreff, which is in the Finistere department of Brittany

Scorched living room of the property in Motreff, which is in the Finistere department of Brittany

Arsonist firebombs country home of France's President of the National Assembly

A criminal inquiry has been launched after an attack on the home of the President of France's National Assembly. [

Richard Ferrand, who is the equivalent of the Speaker in Britain's House of Commons and a close friend of Emmanuel Macron, described the attack on the property in his Brittany constituency as 'violence and intimidation'.

The National Gendarmerie discovered a blanket, drew in a fuel on the site, leaving 'the criminal origin in no doubt,' according to a statement from Mr Ferrand's office.

Responding to the blaze, President Macron said: "Nothing justifies violence or intimidation against an elected representative of the United States." Republic. All my solidarity with Richard Ferrand and his family. '

In turn, Mr Ferrand, 56, posted two photos of the damage to the home at Motreff, which is in the Finistere department of Brittany.

 Scorched living room of The property is located in Motreff, which is in the Finistere department of Brittany.

 This is the Finistere department of Brittany

This is the Finistere department of Brittany

In turn, Mr Ferrand, 56, posted two photos of the damage to the home at Motreff, which is in the Finistere department of Brittany.

Mr. Ferrand was not in the house, which he shares with his partner – the lawyer Sandrine Doucen-at the time, and no one hurt.

A statement released by his parliamentary office said he was signing official documents in Rennes

'A neighbor noted that he was home in Motreff, in his constituency of Finistere, had been the target of an attack on Arsenal,' the statement reads.

'The National Gendarmerie discovered a blanket, a tire particle, and a homemade torch soaked in fuel, adding that the criminal origin does not seagull in doubt.

Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said: 'Shame on those who commit search acts, and friendly support to the Speaker of the National Assembly and his family. '

' The National Rally and I condemned these facts with the utmost vigor and express our full support for the President of the National Assembly in the face of this aggression, ' said Marine Le Pen of the Op position.

'The Arson in Richard Ferrand's home is an extremely serious and totally unacceptable act,' denounced the president of the National Rally party.

Christophe Castaner, France's Interior Minister, has regularly performed acts of political intimidation by the Yellow Vests.

He said forensic

The Yellow Vests have no official leader, or spokesmen, and have not made any comment on the fire.

But prosecutors have made

 Mr Ferrand aid is signing official documents in Rennes, Brittany, when the attack happened on Friday. Nobody was hurt

 Mr Ferrand help signing official documents in Rennes, Brittany, when the attack happened on Friday. Nobody was hurt

Mr Ferrand help signing official documents in Rennes, Brittany, when the attack happened on Friday. Nobody was hurt


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