'This is the start of a revolution': Paris rioters steal police assault rifle, torch dozens of cars and vow to 'stay in the streets until Christmas' as fuel protests continue into the night and spread across France - and even to Holland
09:18 GMT 01 Dec 2018, updated 00:17 GMT 02 Dec 2018
'Yellow Vest' supporters staged fresh protests on the Champs-Elysees which leads to the Arc de Triomphe They vowed to continue rioting until Christmas after riot police used tear gas and water cannon to fight ba＊ Dozens of cars were torched, the Arc de Triomphe was graffitied and shops and houses were ransa＊ed French President Emmanuel Macron promised that protesters would be 'held responsible for their acts' It comes a week after rioters brought chaos to Paris in a movement against fuel prices and high living costs The centre of Paris was on lo＊down tonight after masked protesters stole an assault rifle from police, clashed with riot squads and set fire to cars and Christmas trees on the Champs-Elysees in furious demonstrations against the French government.
A protester said this was the start of a revolution, worse than the French revolution in 1968 wheremassive general strikes as well as the occupation of universities and factories took place across France
French army set to quell anarchy: Macron could put troops on the streets and declare a state of emergency after 412 rioters were arrested and 133 hurt as protesters burned cars and atta＊ed police over tax hikes
続きはソース --------------- French army is set to quell chaos after 'gilets jaunes' rioters stole an assault rifle, atta＊ed officers, burned cars and left 133 hurt across the nation in tax hike protests
08:56 GMT 02 Dec 2018, updated 14:51 GMT 02 Dec 2018
中略 The protests began as a rebellion against fuel prices but has grown into weeks of civil unrest in the capital Emmanuel Macron has condemned the carnage in Paris and vowed to bring the rioters to justice, as France faces a state of emergency and calls to send in the army.
Today Macron visited the battleground at the Arc de Triomphe - which was desecrated by protesters with messages calling for him to resign - as the French government said it would consider imposing a state of emergency to end the violence. 続きはソース