Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Paris on Tuesday, to protest against French President Emmanuel Macron's reforms on education and economy.
French high school students and rail workers marched through the streets of the French capital with banners denouncing Macron's reforms.
Members of the French CGT rail union and the Worker's Force (FO) voiced their opposition against Macron's new set of rules and regulations towards revamping the railway in France.
The protest follows a string of anti-Macron protests across the country against the government's economic agenda. Macron has said in response, "no disorder will stop me, and calm will return."