Minister says continuing French protests have created 'monster'

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Ahead of what are forecast to be a major demonstrations on Saturday by a grass-roots movement of often violent protest over the living standards of middle-income earners, France's interior minister has announced 'large-scale security measures' in Paris, including the deployment of armoured vehicles, in face of what he said has become a 'monster' that has escaped the control of those who initiated the nationwide contestation.

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Anti-government protests in France have "created a monster", France's interior minister Christophe Castaner has said, reports BBC News.