France launches bid to revive poor suburbs

Evreux, a town in the French region of Normandy, is one place where authorities are seeking best ways to invest in jobs, transport and education.

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    The French government is launching a plan to revive poor suburban areas. Before President Emmanuel Macron, previous presidents devised proposals to little effect.

    Al Jazeera's Natacha Butler reports from Evreux, a town in the French city of Normandy, where authorities are seeking the best ways to invest in jobs, transport and education.


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