"Yellow vest" protesters were out in force again for a tenth consecutive weekend of marches on Saturday.
With at least five thousand taking to the streets of Paris in protest against President Emmanuel Macron's government.
Marchers congregated near the Frenchparliament - and moved through the city's Left Bank.
This time, the demonstrations were largely peaceful, though many shops were shut in case of trouble.
There were calls for Macron to resign from the crowds.
And some had made coffin-shaped placards in commemoration of the 10 deaths since protests began.
The deaths were mainly due to accidents when demonstrators obstructed roads.
The "yellow vests" are named after the fluorescent jackets French motorists must have in their cars.
Their protests begun in November over fuel tax hikes which were later scrapped.
But the movement has brought to light wider unrest over Macron's policies.
December's demonstrations resulted in some of the worst violence Paris has seen in decades.
With rioters burning and flipping cars - and damaging shops and businesses.
Macron has launched a number of national debates in a bid to quell public discontent and improve his reputation.