Protesters take aim at media as movement slows
PARIS — Yellow vest protesters marched on the headquarters of leading French broadcasters Saturday, as small groups turned out in Paris and around France despite waning momentum for their movement.
Hundreds of demonstrators — some chanting “Journalists! Collaborationists!” — gathered at the central offices of television network BFM and state-run France Televisions. Some protesters hurled stones and other objects during scattered skirmishes with riot police firing tear gas.
Both police and protesters appeared to be out in much smaller numbers than previous weekends.
A “yellow vest” anti-government demonstrator holds up the French flag as he stands in front of a fire during protests in Bordeaux, France, on Saturday.