France strikes disrupt travels during Christmas holiday

France is facing widespread travel disruption during the busy Christmas holiday as protests against pension reforms show no sign of easing.

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    France is facing widespread travel disruption during the busy Christmas holiday as strikes over pension reforms show no sign of easing.

    Transport remains heavily restricted on Christmas Eve - with up to 80 percent of train services cancelled.

    But as Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith reports from Paris, people appear generally sympathetic to the protesters.


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