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FRENCH PAPERS – Wed. 09.03.16 The French press is sounding an alarm over the proposed changes to the labor laws as strikes and protests are held across the country. The consensus is that’s it make or break time for the government. And also Slate reports on research that show fish may have feelings too.

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