French Railway Workers Launch Three-month Strike
French railway transport has been disrupted following a launch of a three-month strike to protest President Emmanuel Macron's labor reforms. The start of the action led by the employees of the state railway SNFC was dubbed "Black Tuesday" and was followed by a street demonstration. The strike will affect railway transport for two days in every five over a three-month period. VOA's Zlatica Hoke reports Tuesday protest turned unruly in some places.