France's 'yellow vests' march largely without violence

Lower turnout for weekend's marches will be a relief for President Emmanuel Macron who has struggled to find a response to the movement.

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Turnout for a 16th round of “yellow vest” protests in France on Saturday was below last week’s levels and marches were largely peaceful, in a relief for President Emmanuel Macron who has struggled to find a response to the movement, reports Reuters.