French ambulance drivers hold blue, white, red smoke bombs during a demonstration [Reuters]

French President Emmanuel Macron scrapped a fuel tax rise amid fears of new violence after weeks of nationwide protests and the worst rioting in Paris in decades.

Three weeks of demonstrations left four people dead and were a massive challenge to Macron.

“The government is ready for dialogue and is showing it because this tax increase has been dropped from

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