WATCH: Macron Proclaims to ‘Regret Nothing’ as Fiery Protests Spread Across France Despite Police Ban

Paris saw its third straight night of violent chaos, with clashes breaking out between the police and the people and fires being set across the French capital, as President Macron claimed he “has no regrets” about sparking the largest mass mobilisation since the Yellow Vests after he used a loophole to pass through his retirement age raise without a vote.

PARIS, FRANCE - MARCH 18: A firefighter extinguishes a fire set by protesters in the streets of Paris during the demonstration against the French Government's pension reform in Paris, France on March 18, 2023. French Government pushed their pension reform through parliament without a vote after enacting article 49.3 of …

Hundreds, Angered by Inflation, Storm Parliament in South America’s Suriname

Hundreds of demonstrators clashed with police on Friday in Paramaribo, the capital of Suriname. Several dozen of the protesters were able to force their way into the National Assembly building, but were driven back with tear gas, while others burned and looted shops across the city. The United Nations expressed concerns on Monday that more violence could be in store, possibly building into an effort to overthrow President Chandrikapersad Santokhi.

Protests in Paramaribo, Suriname on February 17 2023. (Photo by RANU ABHELAKH/AFP via Getty Images)