Monaco's French coach Thierry Henry reacts during the French L1 football match between Monaco and Montpellier on December 1, 2018 at the "Louis II Stadium" in Monaco. / AFP / VALERY HACHE
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Three more Ligue 1 games scheduled for this weekend, including the clash between Thierry Henry's Monaco and local rivals Nice, have been postponed, the French league (LFP) said Thursday, amid fears of more violent "yellow vest" protests in France over rising living costs.The latest postponements come after Paris Saint-Germain's game against Montpellier and Lyon's trip to Toulouse scheduled for Saturday were both called off due to security concerns, and the possibility remains that all other French top-flight games could be postponed too.Demonstrations turned particularly violent last Saturday, with 412 people arrested after the worst clashes in central Paris for decades.
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