Fear of discrimination after EU court's ban on religious symbols

People across Europe have lost the right to wear religious symbols at work. Europe's highest court has ruled that employers can ban items such as headscarves, but only if the ban applies to every religion.

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    People across Europe have lost the right to wear religious symbols at work.

    Europe's highest court has ruled that employers can ban items such as the hijab, but only if the ban applies to every religion.

    Some worry the ruling encourages more discrimination.

    Al Jazeera's Natacha Butler reports from Paris.


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