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‘Day Without Trains’ revitalizes long French rail strike

A striking railway worker on a traffic lights waves a Sud Union flag near Gare de l'Est station in Paris on May 14, 2018 during a protest against proposed government reforms. (AFP)

Ramin Mazaheri 
Press TV, Paris

France's rail worker strikes hit a new gear, as unions call for every rail worker to walk off the job in a protest dubbed: "A Day Without Rail Workers". Massive transport delays ensued, but the government and rail workers remain at the same impasse. Ramin Mazaheri has more from Paris.

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