Paris protesters attack Champs-Elysee businesses

French yellow vest protesters have clashed with riot police near the Arc de Triomphe on the 18th straight weekend of demonstrations against President Emmanuel Macron. (March 16)

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Water cannons used against yellow vests protesters

Tear gas and water cannons are used on the Champs-Elsyées in Paris where an 18th Saturday of “yellow vests” protest has turned violent. IMAGES

Yellow vests protests kicks off in Paris

The 18th Saturday of the “yellow vests” mobilization starts at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Four months after the birth of the movement and at the end of the national debate launched by President Macron, the “yellow vests” are betting on a “renewed mobilization”. IMAGES.

Paris students gather en masse to protest climate change

Students gather in their thousands at the Invalides and Champ de Mars in Paris answering, like the youth in dozens of countries around the world, a call by Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg to save the planet by calling for politicians to do more against climate change. IMAGES. (COMPLETES VID1318616 and VID1318538)

Climate: Parisian youth are mobilising

High school and university students are gathering near the Pantheon in Paris, like other students in one hundred countries throughout the world, responding to the call of Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg to save the planet. IMAGES

Paris youth gather in thousands to protest climate change

University students, high school students and primary school children accompanied by their parents skipped school in Paris on Friday to protest against the lack of initiatives and action taken by politicians in the fight against global warming. IMAGES (COMPLETE VID1318538_EN)

Bernard Tapie arrives for fourth day of trial

Flamboyant French businessman Bernard Tapie arrives for the fourth day of his trial in Paris, where he stands accused of fraud. FIRST IMAGES

Restorers repair damage at the Arc de Triomphe

Work is underway to restore damage caused at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris after protests at the end of last year resulted in several works of art being vandalised. They should be ready to go back on public display within the next couple of months.