Before the protests of “yellow jackets” in Paris have detained 300 people
MOSCOW, 8 Dec — RIA Novosti. About 300 people were detained in Paris on Saturday before the start of the protest movement of the “yellow jackets,” according to radio station France Info.
Earlier it was reported about the detention of more than 120 people, among which about 30 were taken into custody.
According to the radio, the number of detainees already amounted to nearly 300 people detained 32 people.
The protest movement of the so-called “yellow jackets”, the speakers, in particular, against the increase in gasoline prices that began in France on November 17. Mass protests accompanied by clashes of protesters with the police, pogroms and arsons of cars, destruction of shops, banks. During the protests, four people were killed and hundreds were injured. On 8 December, protesters planned a new demonstration.
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