France - Garbage collectors on strike in Paris - December 31, 2017

Twenty Paris arrondissements were affected by a garbage-worker strike that started on 4 December 2017. Garbage collection workers, who are looking for a pay rise, blocked off the entrances to waste collection centres around the Paris suburbs. Around 400 workers went on strike, meaning rubbish in some parts of town simply hasn't been collected. The City Hall said it was open to wage negotiations with the workers.

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