During act 63 of the "yellow vests" in Paris, on January 26, 2020 (illustration image). - Eric Dessons / JDD / SIPA

Police used tear gas on Saturday and used water-throwing devices during act 66 of the "yellow vests" in Rennes, during an unreported demonstration that attracted around 900 people, a have we learned from the prefecture.

Protesters "helmeted, equipped, sought from the start to bypass the device and go against the police, throwing projectiles and seeking to injure officials," Agence France-Presse (AFP) told the prefecture of Ille-et-Vilaine.

The police used tear gas and water-launching devices to disperse the protesters. A first non-final assessment reports two people placed in police custody, according to the same source.

This event is presented "like act 66" of "yellow vests" on the Facebook page "All of the great West in Rennes". “Let’s show them that YES we’re still here, and that YES we’ll let go. Against Macron, his police, the pension reform. For a better future, for the revolution ”.


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