A waiter stands near a pile of rubbish bags in front of the Cafe de Flore in Paris during a strike of garbage collectors and sewer workers of the city of Paris to protest the labour reforms law proposal, France, June 8, 2016. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
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Uncollected trash rotting on the streets of Paris. Strikes on trains that go to the national stadium, and on planes that should be carrying fans. Already Thursday, strikes threw train services to the national stadium into disarray before the opening game it hosts Friday night.While the Metro line to the stadium was running normally Thursday and will have extra trains for the game, the two overland lines were severely disrupted. The national SNCF rail company said strikes wiped out two-thirds of RER B trains that run past the stadium and that six out of 10 trains weren't running on the RER D that also serves the area.
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