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Paris climate change march ends with minor clashes and tear gas

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Paris climate change march ends with minor clashes and tear gas

Paris climate change march ends with minor clashes and tear gas

French police fired tear gas and made over a hundred arrests in Paris on Saturday (September 21) as they dispersed "yellow vest" protesters attempting unauthorized rallies and black-masked demonstrators who disrupted a climate march

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