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Nightclub and disco workers demand 'reopening' of Parisian nightlife


"It's nightlife in general that's being impacted, the discotheques, the clubs, it's a scandal": in Paris, nightlife workers demand the reopening of discos and nightclubs which remain closed in France because of the ongoing coronavirus crisis. IMAGES

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