Sixty-five people injured in Paris protests: police

Reuters images showed about a dozen cars on fire in roads around the capital’s famous Champs-Elysees avenue.

FILE: An injured Yellow vest (Gilet jaune) protestor looks on on the Champs Elysees in Paris, during a protest against rising oil prices and living costs. 
Police fired tear gas and water cannon on November 24 in central Paris against "yellow vest" protesters demanding French President roll back tax hikes on motor fuel. Picture: AFP.

PARIS - Sixty-five people have been injured, including 11 members of the security forces, in protests against high living costs in central Paris, the police department said.

Reuters images showed about a dozen cars on fire in roads around the capital’s famous Champs-Elysees avenue.