France industrial unrest: Open-ended strike brings rail misery [BBC News]





Date: 02/06/2016

An open-ended rail strike is under way in France just nine days before the country hosts the Euro 2016 football tournament. Only 60% of high-speed trains and between a third and a half of other services are expected to run, according to the state rail company (the SNCF).


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France industrial unrest: Open-ended strike brings rail misery - BBC News
A passenger looks at the display panel indicating delayed trains on 1 June in Paris, at the Gare de Lyon railway station

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An open-ended rail strike is under way in France, with many services cancelled, just nine days before the Euro 2016 football tournament kicks off.