Fearing 'Act IV' of unrest, France to close Eiffel Tower, Louvre, at weekend
Friday, 7 December 2018 () By Richard Lough and Marine Pennetier PARIS (Reuters) - France will close the Eiffel Tower and other tourism landmarks in Paris and draft in thousands more security forces on Saturday to stave off another wave of violent protests in the country over living costs. With protesters from the "yellow vest" movement calling on social media for "Act IV" - a fourth weekend of protest - Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said 89,000 police nationwide would be deployed to stop a repeat of last Saturday's mayhem across France.
France is set to close the Eiffel Tower and other major tourist attractions in Paris this weekend, in fear of another wave of violent protests in the country. Reuters reports Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said 89,000 police would be deployed throughout France this weekend in attempts to stop a...
Yellow Vest protesters and police officers clashed in Paris on December 8, as one of the biggest demonstrations of the movement took place in the French capital.Some 8,000 police officers were deployed..