France's Macron scraps fuel tax rise amid fears of more protests, violence
2018-12-5 10:27 pm
French President Emmanuel Macron has canceled a planned fuel tax increase after three weeks of nationwide protests that left four people dead and sparked the worst anti-government riot in Paris since 2005.
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