The protests against President Macron's economic policies continue despite his announcement to cancel the planned fuel tax hikes, raise the minimum wage and provide tax relief for pensioners in 2019.
Described as the worst upheaval since the 1968 student riots, the country's economy has received a battering worth one billion dollar.
Protesters celebrated the victory, but some said the French president's surrender came too late and is no longer enough.
Since Saturday last week, large demonstrations were held across the country against soaring oil prices. But is it just about fuel?
Hamas and Israel have fought a cross-border battle of rocket attacks and air strikes, triggered by a botched Israeli undercover raid in Gaza on November 11, ending an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire.
Rami Qahman, 28, died after being shot east of Rafah in southern Gaza and 37 other Palestinians were shot and wounded during the violence, Gaza health ministry said.
The dead included a minor and at least 126 protesters were wounded by Israeli live fire during 'right of return' protests, Gaza's Health Ministry says.
At least 180 Palestinians have been killed at the hands of Israeli forces since the start of the protests in March.
Thousands of demonstrators peacefully protested against the government's plan to raise the retirement age, bringing fears to older Russians that they won't live long enough to collect significant benefits.
Independent news website Meduza reported on Thursday that Pyotr Verzilov's doctors told his relatives that he either overdosed on medicine or was given too much medicine.
Thousands of farmers, workers and agricultural labourers rallied in India asking for better salaries, more jobs and an end to privatisation of state-run companies.
Russians attended protests throughout the country against the government's plan to raise the age of retirement. President Putin last week announced that the pension age for women will be raised to 60, while the age for men will go up from 60 to 65.
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