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Paris taxi drivers gather at the Porte Maillot during a nation-wide strike by France's 5,66 million-strong civil servants, on January 27, 2016 (AFP)
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Taxi drivers take part in a demonstration to protest against labour reforms proposed last September affecting pay and career advancement on January 27, 2016 (AFP)
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Paris taxi drivers gather at the Porte Maillot during a nation-wide strike by France's 5,6 million-strong civil servants, on January 27, 2016 (AFP)
Paris taxi
Paris taxi drivers gather at the Porte Maillot during a nation-wide strike by France's 5,6 million-strong civil servants, on January 27, 2016 ( AFP)
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A man wears an armbrand reading "Taxi on strike" during a taxi drivers demonstration to protest against labour reforms proposed last September affecting pay and career advancement on January 27, 2016 (AFP)
Paris taxi
Taxi drivers take part in a demonstration to protest against labour reforms proposed last September affecting pay and career advancement on January 27, 2016 (AFP)
Paris taxi
Taxi drivers take part in a demonstration to protest against labour reforms proposed last September affecting pay and career advancement on January 27, 2016 (AFP)
Paris taxi
Taxi drivers take part in a demonstration to protest against labour reforms proposed last September affecting pay and career advancement on January 27, 2016 (AFP)
Paris taxi
Paris taxi drivers gather at the Porte Maillot during a nation-wide strike by France's 5.6 million-strong civil servants, on January 26, 2016 and other non-licensed private hire cabs, and for pay (AFP)
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