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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - PARIS — Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in cities across France to protest after President Emanuel Macron forced through his controversial pension reforms.
In Place de la Concorde in Paris, police arrested more than 120 people who had set fire to building equipment in the square.
There were similar demonstrations in Rennes, Nantes, Lyon and Marseille where shop windows and bank fronts were smashed, according to the French media.
It follows Macron's government using Article 49,3 to force through the reforms to the French pension laws which would see the retirement age raised to 64.
In the National Assembly Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne was met with jeers when she invoked the controversial article
“We cannot gamble on the future of our pensions," she said. "The reform is necessary.” — Euronews
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