Hundreds of women rally in Paris during 'yellow vest' protests

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"Yellow vest" protesters clashed with police in several French cities, smashing their way into a government ministry in Paris with a forklift.

The predominantly female crowd descended in the morning on the Place de la Bastille, blocking traffic, before heading toward Place de la Republique, the France Info radio said.

Anti-government protesters have staged rallies every weekend since November, when citizens took to the streets to express their anger over a planned increase in the fuel tax.

The latest Paris violence broke out on the fringes of a demonstration by about 3,000 gilets jaunes.

The protest began as a grassroots French provincial movement with people donning high-visibility jackets, which by law must be carried by every vehicle in France.

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Yellow Vest protesters still taking to the streets after rocking France late past year want to topple the government, said a French government spokesman on Friday.

In Paris, the street marches began peacefully but degenerated when some protesters threw punches at baton-wielding officers, torched electric scooters and garbage bins along the Left Bank's upscale Boulevard Saint Germain and set cars ablaze near the Champs Elysees.

The movement is named after fluorescent vests French motorists must keep in cars.

The atmosphere was initially calm in the French capital, but turned when some protesters tried to cross the river on a pedestrian bridge not on the official route from City Hall to the National Assembly, the lower house of parliament.

They briefly entered the courtyard where they smashed up two cars, broke some windows then escaped, he added, saying police were trying to identify them from security footage.

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Government spokesman Griveaux had said on Friday that those who show up to protest "want insurrection" as the movement appears to wane and radicalize.

They have morphed from dissent over rising gas prices and eco-taxes into a broader demonstration against President Emmanuel Macron and his government, and tensions between the metropolitan elite and rural poor.

It expanded to encompass wide-range anger over Mr Macron's economic policies, which ordinary people say favour the rich. Police temporarily detained one of the movement's more prominent figures, Eric Drouet, earlier this week for allegedly organizing an illegal demonstration.

According to media, Sunday's march was held to reclaim the movement from angry activists.

"It should be given instead to people in need".

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