Demonstrators began marching in the capital on Saturday along a new route taking them from Denfert Rochereau in southern Paris with the aim of finishing by Barbes, near the Sacre Coeur church in northern Paris.
Named after the high-visibility vests French drivers have to keep in their cars and worn by protesters, the demonstrations began in November after public anger against fuel tax rises.
The movement has morphed into a broader backlash against Macron’s government, despite it scrapping the fuel taxes, and it has often been marred by violent clashes and looting.
A U.S.-backed drive to deliver foreign aid to Venezuela met strong resistance as troops loyal to President Nicolas Maduro blocked the convoys at the border and fired tear gas on protesters in clashes that left two people dead and some 300 injured.
One suspect was reportedly dead and another was in custody Thursday after they stole a UPS delivery truck and held the driver hostage during their attempt to flee from police in San Jose, Calif., authorities said.
CHICAGO (CBS) — A gunman opened fire inside an Aurora manufacturing plant on Friday, killing five people and wounding six police officers. None of the victims have been identified yet. Authorities are providing an update at a 9 p.m. news conference.
The suspect, identified as 45-year-old Gary Martin, exchanged gunfire with police as soon as officers entered the 29,000 square-foot building around 1:30 p.m. Feb. 15. He was killed by officers.
Gary Martin was identified as the man who shot five people at an Aurora workplace on Friday. (Facebook)