France to ban 'yellow vest' protests if violent groups take part - PM
Monday, 18 March 2019 PARIS (Reuters) - France's prime minister said Paris's police chief had been sacked and that the government would shut down "yellow vest" protests if violent groups were identified among the ranks of "yellow vest" protesters. President Emmanuel Macron and his government have been forced back on the defensive after rioters ransacked luxury boutiques and torched cafes and a bank on Saturday in the latest flare-up of violence against Macron's pro-business reforms
France offered a wary welcome to foreign ministers from the Group of Seven on Friday for a meeting overshadowed by a snub from the U.S., Brexit and "Yellow Vests" protests in Paris. Anna Bevan reports.
"Yellow Vest" protesters clash with riot police at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France, on March 16, 2019. [Photo/Xinhua] French President Emmanuel Macron will... WorldNews Also reported by •Seattle Times •FOXNews.com