High security planned for France's May Day protests

Authorities fear this year's May 1 marches could be tense, barely a week after leaders of yellow vest movement angrily dismissed a package of tax cuts by President Emmanuel Macron.

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France's zero-tolerance approach to protest violence will be tested Wednesday when a heady mix of labour unionists, yellow vest demonstrators and hardline hooligans are expected to hit the streets of Paris for May Day, reports FRANCE 24.