French police fires tear gas and arrests scores of people as tens of thousands of police forces are mobilized and demonstrators set fire to motorbikes and rubbish cans on the 23rd Saturday of 'Yellow Vest' protests.
Saturday’s demonstration marked the 23rd consecutive week of protests that have engulfed the country since mid-November.
Thousands of Parisians watched in horror from behind police cordons as a blaze devastated the historic Notre Dame Cathedral, destroying its spire and a large part of the roof.
Yellow Vest demonstrators faced off with police, who used tear gas, during a protest in Toulouse in southern France on Saturday as the 22nd consecutive week of demonstrations continued throughout the country.
The military governor of Paris has said soldiers in France are allowed to open fire on Yellow Vest protesters if necessary.
Yellow Vest rallies entered their 18th consecutive week with severe clashes between French police and protesters.
France's Yellow Vests take to the streets for the sixteenth consecutive week of demonstrations against the government of Emmanuel Macron.
The supporters of Yellow Vest movement in France criticized the country's government for oppressing the movement's supporters.
Thousands of French gilets jaunes (Yellow Vests) demonstrators marched on Saturday in their 13th weekend of action.
85 percent of French people in a new poll said that Emmanuel Macron should divert his attention toward French people's concerns.