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Published on Jan 5, 2019
French police have fired tear gas at the yellow-vest demonstrators in Paris. The demonstrators gathered outside the building of France Press news agency, expressing their anger at the government’s economic policies. Similar clashes also happened in the port city of Rouen. Protesters have also gathered in the city of Nice where they have slowed down traffic. Other rallies are taking place across the country. It’s the eighth consecutive Saturday of protests in France. A government spokesman has denounced those participating in the rallies, calling them hard-liners who only want to bring down the government. This, as the latest opinion polls show that 55 percent of the public support the yellow vest protests. The rallies started in mid-November as a simple protest against planned fuel hikes, but soon morphed into mass demonstrations against President Emanuel Macron’s policies