The French president and the mayor of Paris marked in a somber ceremony the three-year anniversary of the attacks on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
A 60-point plan is supposed to help France fight radicalization. But critics say the government's strategy fails to tackle the root of the problem. Lisa Louis reports from Paris.
By the end of the day, the interior ministry said there had been 66,000 protesters out on French streets, compared with 125,00 the weekend before. There were 157 arrests in the center of Paris.
The 'yellow vests' first protested for more purchasing power and political change, but their fury has forced Emmanuel Macron to make concessions on a host of issues. Could they work together down the road?
Six weeks after posting a Facebook video calling on protesters to take up the yellow vest as a symbol, the movement is changing French politics. Ghislain Coutard tells DW he's shocked to see how quickly it spread.
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