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People march during a protest on the Old-Port in Marseille, southern France, on Thursday June 24, 2010. Many French trains stood still, schoolchildren played instead of studied and post offices were shuttered as workers nationwide went on strike Thursday to protest President Nicolas Sarkozy's plans to raise the retirement age to 62. Nearly 200 marches and protests are planned for several cities over a broad reform to the money-losing pension system, part of efforts around Europe to cut back on growing public debts. (AP Photo/Claude Paris)
Photo by: CLAUDE PARIS
People march during a protest on the Old-Port in Marseille, southern France, on Thursday June 24, 2010. Many French trains stood still, schoolchildren played instead of studied and post offices were shuttered as workers nationwide went on strike Thursday to protest President Nicolas Sarkozy's plans to raise the retirement age to 62. Nearly 200 marches and protests are planned for several cities over a broad reform to the money-losing pension system, part of efforts around Europe to cut back on growing public debts. (AP Photo/Claude Paris)

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