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Strike hits French airports until Wednesday

PARIS (Reuters) - French air traffic controllers walked off the job on Tuesday, grounding one flight in four across the country in a protest against EU plans to liberalize civil airspace.Full story

'Suspicious' death in France after medicine alert

MARSEILLE/PARIS (Reuters) - French police are investigating the death of a 92-year-old man as "suspicious" after he was given medicine that may have been wrongly labeled as a diuretic drug, a police representative said on Sunday. Full story

Museum brings makeover to crime-hit Marseille

A new flagship museum dedicated to Mediterranean civilization in Marseille is hoping to shake off the southern metropolis' reputation as France's deadliest city with a drastic cultural makeover. Full story

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues repairs on Marseilles Lock and Dam

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