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Hundreds of people stand on a platform at paris mon poun s stations staring at a board of drastically reduced train schedules train drivers are protesting changes to the state rail company the government says are necessary to ready at for open european competition in compunds disown me in a televised interview yesterday matt krohn said he would not back down geom pay ohni is waiting for his train he understands why a lot of french support the strikers ribaud going t's a training franz is a symbol of the koiji of the unity of the nation train is quite important but on the other hand i mean the world has changed train companies have to adop for the mao met a slim majority of the french support the government eleanor veered xlii and pair news paris good auto futures prices closed higher oil up thirty two cents a barrel to sixty seven thirty nine a barrel new york i'm jack speer npr news in washington.

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