Paris Seine Near 60-Year High Adds to Strike DisruptionBy
Floods, strikes disrupt French daily life as Euro 2016 nears
Soccer tournament starting in week to draw 2.5 million people
Paris’s Seine River is set to rise to the highest level in more than 60 years, adding to unusual levels of disruption from both strikes and disastrous flooding with a week to go before the start of Europe’s biggest sporting event, the Euro 2016 soccer championship.
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