France protests: Government fears 'major violence' in coming days - BBC NewsThe French government says it fears "major violence" in Paris on Saturday as the national "yellow vests" protest movement shows little sign of easing. The government said it was scrapping fuel tax increases in the budget - the original spark for the ...-- https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-46466268

The Yellow Vests Expose How Fragile Emmanuel Macron's Hold on France Really Is - TIME http://time.com

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Paris fears new protest violence despite Macron's retreat - ABC News

Paris police and store owners are bracing for new violence at protests Saturday.

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French authorities fear 'great violence' as yellow vest anger endures - Reuters

French authorities are worried that another wave of "great violence" and rioting will be unleashed in Paris this weekend by a hard core of several thousand 'yellow vest' protesters, an official in the French presidency said on Thursday.

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Paris Riots Show Difficulty of Fighting Global Warming With Taxes - NBC 10 Philadelphia Paris Riots Show Difficulty of Fighting Global Warming With Taxes Paris Riots Show Difficulty of Fighting Warming With Taxes

The "yellow vests" in France are worrying greens around the world. The worst riots in Paris in decades were sparked by higher fuel taxes, and French President Emmanuel Macron responded by scrapping them...

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The Latest: Macron's government may face no-confidence vote - Fox News The Latest: Macron's government may face no-confidence vote

The Latest on France protests (all times local): 1 p.m. French left-wing opposition parties are seeking a no-confidence vote in President Emmanuel Macron's government amid growing protests and fears of violence.

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French Police Union Calls on Police to Join Yellow Vests' Protests - Sputnik International French Police Union Calls on Police to Join Yellow Vests' Protests

After the surge in fuel prices in France, the so-called Yellow Vests movement has held protests, calling firstly on the government to lower the prices, and then also on French President Emmanuel Macron to resign. On Wednesday, the French National Assembly approved a moratorium on the planned fuel price hike.

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France's CGT union calls 48-hour energy strike in support of yellow vests - Reuters

France's hard-left CGT trade union on Thursday called on its energy industry workers to walk out for a 48 hours from Dec. 13, saying it wanted to join forces with 'yellow vest' protesters.

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Why Macron Gave In to the Yellow Vests - Bloomberg

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France dumps controversial fuel tax - POLITICO.eu

Seventy-two percent of the French back the Yellow Jackets.

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