Sporadic outbreaks of violence on Italy Square in Paris as "yellow vests" mark anniversary
Flipped cars, paving stones and garbage fires: Italy square, in the south of Paris, is the scene of sporadic outbreaks of violence, quickly drowned in a flood of tear gas, as the 'yellow vests' celebrate the first anniversary of their movement.
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