More than 1,700 people arrested in latest yellow vest protests in France

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More than 1,700 people arrested in latest yellow vest protests in France

Over 1,700 people were arrested in France during the latest "yellow vest" protests as demonstrators clashing with riot police caused many of injury in Paris than a week ago, according the Local France News.

Conflicts broke out in the French capital and other a few other areas, including  Lyon and Toulouse, Marseille, Bordeaux, amid a fourth few days of across the country challenges rising living expenses and President Emmanuel Macron in general.

The embattled president, whose name rang out over the Champs-Elysees as protesters shouted "Macron, resign" -- is required to address the exhibitions in an eagerly awaited discourse in the coming days. 

A total 1,220 of the 1,723 detained were ordered held in custody, as per ministry. Paris police said they made 1,082 arrests on Saturday

France Ministry said around 136,000 people took part in Saturday's protests over France, around indistinguishable number from on December 1. Be that as it may, it was Paris which again endured the worst part of the violence and destruction.

Protesters in the capital set fire to cars, burned barricades and crushed windows in pockets of brutality, clad in their symbolic radiant security coats, as armoured vehicles rolled through the roads.

'Yellow vests' had caused "considerably more harm" than on December 1 challenges, City authorities said.

"The division worried by the occurrences was a lot bigger... With less blockades, there was substantially more scattering, such huge numbers of more places were affected by viciousness," Paris deputy mayor Emmanuel Gregoire told France Inter radio. 

"There was substantially more harm yesterday than there was seven days back."