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Protests turn violent at France's pension strike

BBC News Thursday, 5 December 2019
On the first day of France's union strikes against pension reforms, several people have been arrested amidst clashes between police and protesters.
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News video: Policeman throws woman to the ground as protests against retirement reform paralyse France

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Thousands took to the streets in the city of Nantes on Thursday (December 5) to protest Emmanuel Macron's pension reform plans. The footage shows a policeman throwing a female protester to the ground and French police firing tear gas at protesters. The filmer told Newsflare: "The police started...

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