It came on Saturday for new clashes in Paris between police and protesters in yellow vests.
It is 23. weekend in a row, that there is unrest in the French capital in connection with protests against president Emmanuel Macrons reform programme.
Dozens of activists with black hoods threw stones at the police, and some set fire to scooters and garbage cans in the central part of Paris, shows footage from the news agency Reuters.
Police responded with tear gas and chokgranater. Some police officers went against the demonstrators in order to win control of the crowd and lead it over to the Place de la Republique, where most of the demonstrators were concentrated late in the day.
the Police have special guns, which are 'less lethal' to use against the demonstrators. Photo: Zakaria Abdelkafi/Ritzau Scanpix
in the Middle of the day was that according to the ministry of the interior 9600 protesters on the streets of the country as a whole - including 6700 in Paris, according to a statement from the ministry of the interior.
It is more than at protests in the last week, where a total of 7500 protesters were on the street. When the demonstrations were strongest in the middle of november participated 282.000 protesters.
Saturday afternoon was at least 110 activists arrested.
Both chokgrantater and tear gas in use against the demonstrators. Photo: Yves Herman/Ritzau Scanpix
Several demonstanter referred to katastrofebranden in Notre Dame Monday, which has had a number of wealthy families and companies to love about a billion euros (about 7.5 billion dollars) to a reconstruction.
- Million to Notre Dame, but what about us, the poor? had a protester written on a banner.
Others had written, 'Everything to Notre Dame, nothing for us The poor' with regard to Victor Hugo's two major works.
There are several on the street this weekend than the previous one. Photo: Yves herman/ Ritzau Scanpix
There was a special sharpened sikkerhedsopbud Saturday, because the minister of the interior, Christophe Castaner had said that the police had intelligence on, to particularly violent groups would participate in the actions in Paris, Toulouse, Montpellier and Bordeaux in a repetition of violent riots in these cities the 16. march.
'The Yellow Jackets' protested originally against a proposed tax increase on petrol, but the movement has since evolved into a more general protest against president Emmanuel Macrons reform programme and the rising cost of living in France.