PHOTOS French strikes paralyzes public transport

PHOTOS

French strikes paralyzes public transport

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18:12, December 11, 2019

As the nationwide French strikes and mass demonstrations continued on Tuesday, numerous industries were hit. In a railway station in Paris, the railway guards guided passengers in batches to prevent incidents caused by overcrowding. (Photos: Xinhua)

As the nationwide French strikes and mass demonstrations continued on Tuesday, numerous industries were hit. In a railway station in Paris, the railway guards guided passengers in batches to prevent incidents caused by overcrowding.

As the nationwide French strikes and mass demonstrations continued on Tuesday, numerous industries were hit. In a railway station in Paris, the railway guards guided passengers in batches to prevent incidents caused by overcrowding.

At a bus stop in Paris, on Tuesday, a passenger checked bus schedules which were mostly cancelled.

At a railway station in Paris, the rush-hour station was still empty due to the strikes.

French police gathered at a parade in Lille, a city in Northern France.

Demonstrators confronted the police on Tuesday in Lille, a city in Northern France.

Demonstrators confronted the police on Tuesday in Lille, a city in Northern France.

Commuters get off a tram in Paris. To avoid the rush-hour predicament during the strike, many people chose to leave work earlier or on a staggered schedule.

Trains sit in a train station in Paris on Tuesday as nationwide strikes continued. (Compiled by Tan Bowen)

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