Paris protesters try to enter theatre attended by Macron
Dozens of protesters tried to enter a Paris theatre on Friday where French President Emmanuel Macron was spending the evening with his wife Brigitte. Around thirty opponents of Macron’s pension reform gathered in front of Paris’s Bouffes du Nord theatre early Friday evening, according to the presidential couple's entourage. After trying to enter the theatre, the demonstrators were moved back by police.
The head of state, who was attending a performance at the time, was "secured" for a few minutes before being able to return to see the play until the end.
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