French protest Macron's new labour laws

Unions and supporters of the left-wing opposition in France are gathering for the latest in a series of protests against the president's new labour laws.

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    Unions and supporters of the left-wing opposition in France are gathering for the latest in a series of protests against the president's new labour laws.

    They say Emmanuel Macron is destroying workers' rights. He says the changes will create more jobs and opportunities.

    Al Jazeera's Natacha Butler reports from Paris.


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