Police in Paris have arrested more than 150 people during the first yellow vest protest since the start of France’s coronavirus outbreak.
The “Gilets Jaunes” are taking part in their first “national day of action” since the protest movement was put on hold because of COVID-19. Their last gathering took place on 14 March – three days before France went into lockdown.
Officers in riot gear have already fired tear gas at demonstrators along the Avenue de Wagram in Paris’s 17th arrondissement, while another march takes place outside the capital’s stock exchange.
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