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France Protest Injuries: Calls to ban tools used to control protests

The top court in France has refused to ban rubber bullets and grenades the police use for crowd control. A number of Yellow Vest protesters have reported being hit with these weapons. Wounded protesters are holding a 'white march' on Saturday, calling on the top legal body to take action. From Paris, Elena Casas has this report. #FranceProtest #FranceProtests #YellowVest

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