Riot police run past burning dustbins set on fire by yellow vest protesters as they keep pressure on French President Emmanuel Macron's government, for the 13th straight weekend of demonstrations, in Paris, France, on February 9, 2019.
Others threw projectiles at police, who responded with tear gas and stun grenades to disperse crowds.
A "yellow vest" demonstrator lost his hand on Saturday during clashes outside the main parliament building in Paris, witnesses said, during a 13th weekend of anti-government protests across France.
Some of the paramedics served as a barrier to stop media and demonstrators from getting too close.
The serious hand injury was sustained during violent clashes with cops on the streets of Paris today in the 13th consecutive week of demonstrations.
But France's Interior Ministry said this week's protest was significantly smaller than last week's. France's interior Christophe Castaner tweeted his indignation over the vehicle being set on fire saying,"These attacks are intolerable".
In December, Mr Macron said he was "partly responsible" for an "insufficient response" to the protests that have rocked the country every Saturday.
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More than 5,000 of Saturday's protesters were in Paris, where there were 38 arrests following widespread rioting that saw several critical governmental and private infrastructure targeted.
The yellow vest activists, who have brought hundreds of thousands onto the streets over the past three months, are now trying to achieve electoral success but the movement is politically divided and has no appointed leader.
Despite a drop in numbers from the massive turnouts of the first demonstrations in November, thousands still turned out in cities across the country to protest against French President Emmanuel Macron's policies.
Recent polls show his approval ratings rising.
The activists waved Latvia's red-and-white flag, shouting slogans like "the French have woken up, while Latvians remain asleep".
"The governments of France and Italy have their differences", he said.