France: 'Red scarves' against 'Yellow vests' to protest violence

A new citizens' movement created online, now on the streets of Paris, call themselves the red scarves and say they're fighting back against months of violence and disruption by yellow vest protesters.

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    Thousands of protesters wearing red scarves have rallied in the French capital to call for an end to violence and disruption caused by three months of anti-government demonstrations by the so-called "Yellow Vest" movement.

    Like the Yellow Vest's, they are also using clothing to identify themselves.

    Al Jazeera's Natacha Butler reports from Paris.


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