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Macron Yet To Speak As Paris Protests Continue

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Macron Yet To Speak As Paris Protests Continue

Macron Yet To Speak As Paris Protests Continue

PARIS (Reuters) - Workers in Paris again cleared streets of broken glass and towed away burnt-out cars on Sunday after yet another violent protest and the government announced that President Emmanuel Macron was preparing to address the nation early in the coming week.

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