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Majority Of French People Want 'Yellow Vest' Protests To End

WorldNews Friday, 15 February 2019
Majority Of French People Want 'Yellow Vest' Protests To EndMore than half of French people want the “yellow vests” to end their sometimes-violent anti-government protests, with many believing demonstrators still marching through cities each weekend no longer reflect the group’s early demands, Reuters reports. A survey by respected pollster Elabe published late on Wednesday showed 56 percent think the movement should call off the weekly protests, an increase of 11 points from a month earlier and the first time they have been a majority. The protests erupted in November over the high cost of diesel and high living costs, and they are named after the high-visibility jackets French motorists must carry in their cars. The unrest quickly morphed into a...
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News video: France's 'yellow vest' protests enter 14th week with more violence

▶ France's 'yellow vest' protests enter 14th week with more violence 01:04

The French protests entered another weekend of clashes with police, as polls showed that support for the demonstrations is dwindling. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

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