A man has died in a car crash in the south of France, after vehicles at a roundabout were brought to a halt by so-called yellow vest (gilets jaune) protesters.
The fatality raises the death toll related to the anti-government protests to 10, with most people dying in traffic accidents.
Local authorities said the 36-year-old driver died after his car collided with the back of a lorry that had stopped near a group of protesters.
The crash occurred near the southern town of Perpignan.
Around 200 roundabouts across France were blocked on Saturday, during a sixth consecutive weekend of unrest.