PHOTOS France's transport strike against president's plan to overhaul pension system enters 36th day

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France's transport strike against president's plan to overhaul pension system enters 36th day

Xinhua

23:07, January 11, 2020

A protestor confronts policemen during a demonstration against pension reform in Lille, north France, Jan. 9, 2020. France's transport strike against President Emmanuel Macron's plan to overhaul pension system has entered its 36th day on Thursday, making it the longest rail workers' strike since May 1968. (Photo by Sebastien Courdji/Xinhua)

Demonstrators are dispersed by policemen during a demonstration against pension reform in Lille, north France, Jan. 9, 2020. France's transport strike against President Emmanuel Macron's plan to overhaul pension system has entered its 36th day on Thursday, making it the longest rail workers' strike since May 1968. (Photo by Sebastien Courdji/Xinhua)

Policemen keep guard during a demonstration against pension reform in Lille, north France, Jan. 9, 2020. France's transport strike against President Emmanuel Macron's plan to overhaul pension system has entered its 36th day on Thursday, making it the longest rail workers' strike since May 1968. (Photo by Sebastien Courdji/Xinhua)

Policemen keep guard during a demonstration against pension reform in Lille, north France, Jan. 9, 2020. France's transport strike against President Emmanuel Macron's plan to overhaul pension system has entered its 36th day on Thursday, making it the longest rail workers' strike since May 1968. (Photo by Sebastien Courdji/Xinhua)

Policemen keep guard during a demonstration against pension reform in Lille, north France, Jan. 9, 2020. France's transport strike against President Emmanuel Macron's plan to overhaul pension system has entered its 36th day on Thursday, making it the longest rail workers' strike since May 1968. (Photo by Sebastien Courdji/Xinhua)

Policemen keep guard during a demonstration against pension reform in Lille, north France, Jan. 9, 2020. France's transport strike against President Emmanuel Macron's plan to overhaul pension system has entered its 36th day on Thursday, making it the longest rail workers' strike since May 1968. (Photo by Sebastien Courdji/Xinhua)

Policemen disperse demonstrators during a demonstration against pension reform in Lille, north France, Jan. 9, 2020. France's transport strike against President Emmanuel Macron's plan to overhaul pension system has entered its 36th day on Thursday, making it the longest rail workers' strike since May 1968. (Photo by Sebastien Courdji/Xinhua)

Policemen keep guard during a demonstration against pension reform in Lille, north France, Jan. 9, 2020. France's transport strike against President Emmanuel Macron's plan to overhaul pension system has entered its 36th day on Thursday, making it the longest rail workers' strike since May 1968. (Photo by Sebastien Courdji/Xinhua)

A protestor confronts policemen during a demonstration against pension reform in Lille, north France, Jan. 9, 2020. France's transport strike against President Emmanuel Macron's plan to overhaul pension system has entered its 36th day on Thursday, making it the longest rail workers' strike since May 1968. (Photo by Sebastien Courdji/Xinhua)

Policemen keep guard during a demonstration against pension reform in Lille, north France, Jan. 9, 2020. France's transport strike against President Emmanuel Macron's plan to overhaul pension system has entered its 36th day on Thursday, making it the longest rail workers' strike since May 1968. (Photo by Sebastien Courdji/Xinhua)

Policemen keep guard during a demonstration against pension reform in Lille, north France, Jan. 9, 2020. France's transport strike against President Emmanuel Macron's plan to overhaul pension system has entered its 36th day on Thursday, making it the longest rail workers' strike since May 1968. (Photo by Sebastien Courdji/Xinhua)

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