Protesters clashed with police in several French cities Thursday over proposed reforms to the country's labor rules and strikers forced cancellations and delays at two major airports serving Paris.
Thousands of demonstrators marched in Paris, and violence broke out when several dozen people, many with their faces covered, started throwing objects at police. Police used tear gas to disperse protesters and said one police officer was seriously wounded.
French television also showed clashes in the southern city of Marseille and in the western cities of Nantes and Rennes.
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said 124 people had been arrested in protests around the...