Paris Trash Piles Up Amid Strike Disruption Ahead of Euro 2016

  • Strikes, blockades hit daily collection of 3,000 tons of trash
  • French workers protesting planned labor law since last month

Trash is piling up in the streets of Paris two days before the Euro 2016 soccer tournament starts, with strikes by garbage collectors and blocked waste-management centers adding to labor-law protests disrupting French daily life.

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