In Paris, people have taken to the streets to protest French President Emmanuel Macron’s bill to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64.
The bill is aimed at preventing the pension system from running out of money.
The protests began at Place La Concorde and quickly turned violent, with clashes between protesters and police.
The bill was passed through parliament without a vote, which has sparked outrage among the public.
The protests are part of a wider series of strikes that have been taking place across the city, causing disruptions to transportation, garbage collection, and other services.
President Macron is facing a backlash that could bring down his government, with two no-confidence motions filed against his administration.
The protesters have vowed to stay on the streets until the no-confidence vote, which is expected to take place on Monday.