PARIS, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Train services between France and nearby countries such as Britain and Belgium should operate normally despite calls for work stoppages on Tuesday, French state rail company SNCF said on Monday. Tens of thousands of public sector employees, many of them from the ranks of the SNCF's 180,000 staff, Are expected to take to the streets in a day of protest marches on Tuesday in defence of public services and to express fears over the government's privatisation ...
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