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10:33, July 01, 2008

French truckers block roads to protest high fuel prices


Truckers in France block traffic in a protest against rising fuel prices on the Paris-Lille motorway, northern France, June 30, 2008. French truckers began blocking roads across France on Monday as they continued a protest against high fuel prices and urged the government to help the industry. The nationwide day of action announced by the main haulage associations included roadblocks and so-called "snail" operations by convoys of slow-moving trucks and is expected to disrupt traffic severely, especially on highways. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)




A youth runs with a scooter as truckers in France block traffic in a protest against rising fuel prices at Phalempin on the Paris-Lille motorway, northern France, June 30, 2008. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)



Trucks are parked on a motorway near Strasbourg as French truckers block the traffic in a protest against rising fuel prices, June 30, 2008. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)


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