A yellow vest protester was severely injured on Saturday in the streets of Paris, as police shot teargas at protesters who were trying to knock down a barrier at the French parliament. The man's hand was nearly blown off when he picked up a tear gas grenade and it exploded, according to NPR's Eleanor Beardsley . The AP reports police said the injured protester lost four fingers. In a graphic video of the aftermath, French paramedics are seen gathered around the injured protester at the National Assembly gates, providing emergency medical treatment and preventing onlookers from getting too close. "This is the second severe injury in as many weeks and will likely inflame tensions between the government and the yellow vest movement," Beardsley reported....
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Yellow Vest Unrest Leaves Protester Severely Injured In Paris