Gas Stations France

October 18, 2010 by staff 

Gas Stations France, French workers in the oil industry to protest against a government austerity plan to rise the retirement age have blocked access to refineries. Accordingly, disruption of a major theft seems likely Tuesday with the French aviation authorities asking airlines to reduce their hours to 50 per cent. CNN reports that 1,000 service stations are running out of fuel across the country, and French truckers have staged several protests during the night, including a go-slow on the highway near Lille, Paris and Lyon.

A rail strike for 24 hours in Belgium, meanwhile, closed train stations in this country and disprupted service across France, the Netherlands and Germany, the AP reports that the strike also interrupted the Eurostar service between London and Brussels.

France later threatens terror came when European officials were informed that “al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula was probably active or proposed to be active” on the “continent of Europe, especially France,” the Minister of the Interior announced Sunday. The U.S. State Department continues its alert level on a continental scale, published on October 3.

France has already strengthened security in the busiest tourist attractions, like Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower. French authorities recorded nine bomb scares in the capital in September, including two at the Eiffel Tower – triple the previous year. No explosives were found.

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