The combination of pictures above created on Saturday shows "yellow vest" protesters, who claim to have been injured by police during the last three months of demonstrations in France, pose for a photograph ahead of a demonstration called by the "yellow vest" movement in Paris. The Council of State ruled Friday that security forces have the right to use the projectiles after the French Human Rights League and trade unions requested they be banned.
In France, the "yellow vest" protesters demonstrated on Saturday along with the anti-establishment movement about to reach its twelfth week of the nationwide protests.
Demonstrators will pay tribute to those who have been injured during the 12 weeks of demonstrations, which officials estimate to be at least 1,900 protesters and 1,200 police officers. Riot police used tear gas to disperse some protesters, who set fire to trash cans and a scooter; although the situation remained relatively calm compared to previous weekends.
However, they have since developed into a broader revolt against the government, with thousands of demonstrators taking to the streets every Saturday.
Franck Dideron, 20, said he was protesting peacefully, speaking on the phone to his mother, when his eye was injured by a rubber bullet fired by police during a December 1 protest near the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.
A French police investigation is still trying to determine how Rodrigues was injured.
The Yellow Vest movement was born from government-proposed tax hikes on fuel, which was subsequently scrapped.
As in previous weeks, protesters on Saturday carried French flags and held signs attacking French President Emmanuel Macron as out of touch or calling for referendums tabled by citizens. Rioters ran amok in Paris during the early street protests, torching cars, smashing luxury boutiques and defacing the Arc de Triomphe. The package, estimated at 10 billion euros ($11.46 billion), includes a 100-euro monthly increase to the minimum wage.
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