Demonstrators march during a protest against French President Emmanuel Macron’s government reforms, in Marseille, France, Saturday, April 14, 2018. Banners read: “Indefinite general strike-Against the laws which oppress us, freedom and asylum”. (AP Photo/Claude Paris)

63 Arrests After French Protest Macron’s Labour Reforms

PARIS (AP) — French authorities say 63 people have been arrested and nine police officers injured as protests took place in two cities amid simmering anger at President Emmanuel Macron’s labour law changes.