Looting of luxury shops on the Champs-Elysees, Fouquet's ransacked.

Saturday is marked by renewed violence in Paris. The 18th Saturday of Yellow Vest mobilization takes place in a much more tense climate than the previous ones. Clashes take place since mid-morning in Paris in the Champs-Elysees district

A mobilization "Act 18" of "yellow vests" sounds like an "ultimatum" for President Emmanuel Macron a day after the closing of the "great national debate". Four months of the movement.

In the morning, hundreds of people converged on the Place de l'Etoile, at the top of the Champs-Elysees, in Paris. Meetings were also organized near the train stations, where protesters from all over France arrived.

Eric Drouet, had indeed invited, in a video, the sympathizers to converge towards the capital, evoking even the reinforcement of sympathizers of Italy, Belgium, Netherlands or Poland.

Some dressed in yellow but others dressed in black and hooded.

Clashes with the police broke out at the end of the morning. The gendarmerie's Twitter account called the "yellow vests" to "dissociate" from the thugs.

At midday, barricades were on fire and groups were attacking the shops of the Champs-Elysées and restaurants.

The famous Le Fouquet's brewery, listed as an historic monument, was also ransacked, as well as a burned newsstand.

"It's the mobilization of the ultra-violent ones who are there. There are 7000 to 8000 people in Paris. Within them, more than 1500 ultras who came to break and fight. "Said Christophe Castaner.

A major fire was also reported in a building on Roosevelt Avenue, near the Champs. "Two people were saved from the flames.

A woman and her baby were stuck on the second floor, "said the fire department. The fire started from a bank on the ground floor. A fire that left 11 people injured, according to a provisional report.

The investigation will determine whether the incident is the result of clashes on the sidelines of the demonstration of "yellow vests" in the area of ​​the Champs-Elysees.

"The individuals who committed this act are neither protesters nor thugs: they are assassins," responded Christophe Castaner on Twitter. 94 people were arrested.

The Great National Debate ends, but the Yellow Vests do not totally disarm. The mobilization has been declining for several weeks, but the leaders of the movement have called for a resurgence this Saturday, March 16, for "act 18" presented as that of "the ultimatum".

Paris is the epicenter of the movement. s of people were arrested. The interior minister called for "the utmost firmness". The cap of 100 arrests in Paris has passed.

Everywhere in France14,500 people were mobilized, including 10,000 in Paris, according to the Ministry of the Interior.

There were 7,000 people across the country, including 2,800 in the capital, at the same time last weekend.

A last demonstration of Yellow Vests before other types of actions?

"After this day, at least for me, it will be the end of the demonstrations, it will be real actions for the future," had for its part warned Eric Drouet, a figure of the movement.

Garett Skyport for DayNewsWorld