Macron jets to New Caledonia as protesters, police spar

By Kirsty Needham
Updated May 22 2024 - 6:55pm, first published 6:51pm
Emmanuel Macron will be accompanied by ministers for Thursday's talks in New Caledonia. (AP PHOTO)
Emmanuel Macron will be accompanied by ministers for Thursday's talks in New Caledonia. (AP PHOTO)

Protesters and 1000 French police reinforcements are playing a "game of cat and mouse" in New Caledonia ahead of the arrival of France's President Emmanuel Macron after the worst riots in 40 years in the French territory, pro-independence groups say.

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