At least 1,400 vehicles have been burnt out and 395 people arrested in France's latest rioting, while the unrest has apparently claimed its first fatality.
Jean-Jacques Le Chenadec, 61, who fell into a coma after being beaten by a hooded man last week, has died.
In Sunday night's violence - the worst so far - 36 policemen were injured, including two who were shot in Paris.
Curfews have been declared in three suburbs, starting on Monday night - Raincy, Aulnay-sous-Bois and Noisy.
Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin is set to appear on television soon and is expected to announce new measures to end the 11 days of unrest.
President Jacques Chirac has said restoring order is his top priority.