PARIS UNDER SIEGE: TEAR GAS, FURY ON THE CHAMPS-ELYSEES

Late Friday night, the air on the Champs-Elysees was thick with perfume: heady blends of lavender, rose and other enticing scents wafting out of chic boutiques and perfumeries aglitter with Christmas tinsel.

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