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Yellow Vest Protests Continue For Ninth Consecutive Week

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Yellow Vest Protests Continue For Ninth Consecutive Week

Yellow Vest Protests Continue For Ninth Consecutive Week

According to a report by Reuters, on Saturday, Paris police fired water cannons and tear gas at 'yellow vest demonstrators near the Arc de Triomphe monument, in the ninth straight weekend of massive protests.

Earlier on Saturday, a large gas explosion in a bakery killed two firefighters and Spanish tourist and injured nearly 50 other people.

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