'I DON'T HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO FEED MYSELF:' GILETS JUANES ON WHY THEY JOINED THE MOVEMENT

As thousands of protesters marched out in the streets of Paris, Euronews travelled to different French cities to understand why people have joined the movement.

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