French police have been accused of using excessive force, both by protesters and rights bodies, further fueling the anger of demonstrators.
Nationwide protests continue against French President Emmanuel Macron's pensions reform plans announced by his government in January.
A peaceful rally kicked off in the town of Compiegne north of Paris and a demonstration was planned in the nation's capital later on Saturday after two nights of unrest.
Between 1.28 million to 3.5 million people march across the country during mass protests against President Emmanuel Macron's plans to push back the retirement age to 64.
Police said 12,000 people had gathered by the large esplanade in front of the parliament to demand accountability for Tuesday's head-on collision near the central city of Larissa that has sparked widespread outrage.
Pro-democracy medics say unidentified protester died after being shot in the chest by coup forces, bringing to 125 the number of people killed since the 2021 coup.
Around 300 take-offs and landings with just under 35,000 passengers were originally planned for Wednesday.
Another mass rally is planned for Tuesday by protesters demanding the resignation of President Dina Boluarte, despite authorities calling a state of emergency.
Healthcare workers and their labour supporters pack the main boulevard of the country's capital, asking that the government refrain from cutting their budget and privatising health services.
Iran has executed four people in connection with nearly four months of demonstrations since the death in custody of Mahsa Amini following her arrest for allegedly violating the country's dress code for women.
Human Rights activists say at least 16 people have been sentenced to death in closed-door hearings over charges linked to the nationwide protests.
The doctor was convicted of “issuing incorrect health certificates” to more than 4,000 people, a regional court in the southwestern town of Weinheim confirmed.
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