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Landmarks defaced as protests continue in France | Money Talks

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has held talks with French opposition leaders, to try to find cross-party consensus to defuse widespread anger and discontent over President Macron's reforms and tax increases. All this - after another weekend of riots on the streets of Paris that has so far - left three people dead - and brought thousands of demonstrators to the centre of the city. At the heart of the protesters' campaign, is the rise in taxes on fuel. But there are wider issues in play too. Paolo Montecillo reports. And for more, we speak to TRT World's Editor at Large, Craig Copetas. #FranceProtests #YellowVests #ParisRiots

French government suspends unpopular fuel tax hike | Money Talks

French government suspends unpopular fuel tax hike | Money Talks

'Yellow vest' protests enter fourth week | Money Talks

'Yellow vest' protests enter fourth week | Money Talks

Paris protest against fuel taxes turns violent | Money Talks

Paris protest against fuel taxes turns violent | Money Talks

Protests continue in Paris despite concessions | Money Talks

Protests continue in Paris despite concessions | Money Talks

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