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Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Sunday France had enough fuel reserves to tackle shortages at hundreds of gas stations caused by workers blocking oil refineries and depots in protest against reforms to labour laws.One out of five gas stations in the country were facing fuel shortages, Transport Minister Alain Vidalies told France 2 television. He also said earlier that more than 800 stations, out of a total of 11,500, were totally out of fuel.Police lifted some blockades at fuel depots over the weekend and would continue to do so on Monday, Valls said.Protesters have blocked fuel depots as well as deliveries from at least half of France's eight refineries.
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