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ORIGINAL FRENCH ARTICLE: http://www.humanite.fr/journal/2006...

28 March 2006: Across France 3 Million Demonstrate Against CPEs

Translated Wednesday 5 April 2006, by Patrick Bolland

The number of protesters, city by city:

Paris, 700,000.

Marseilles, 250,000.

Bordeaux, 100,000.

Nantes, 70,000.

Grenoble, 63,000.

Rennes, 50,000.

Toulouse, 80,000.

Saint-Étienne, 50,000.

Lyon, 40,000.

Pau, 40,000.

Rouen, 40,000.

Limoges, 33,000.

Caen, 30,000.

Saint-Brieuc, 30,000.

Le Mans, 30,000.

Lorient, 25,000.

Le Havre, 25,000.

Roanne, 20,000.

Albi, 18,000.

Tarbes, 17,000.

Le Puy, 15,000.

Tours, 15,000.

Strasbourg, 15,000.

Boulogne-sur-Mer, 13,500.

Reims, 13,000.

Bayonne, 12,000.

Bourges, 12,000.

Mont-de-Marsan, 10,000.

Niort, 10,000.

Dieppe, 7,000.

Orléans, 6,000.

Blois, 6,000.

Calais, 6,000.

Ajaccio, 5,000.

Auch, 5,000.

Saint-Denis de la Réunion, 4,000.

Charleville-Mézières, 3,500.

Troyes, 3,000.

Épernay, 3,000.

Châlons-en-Champagne, 3,000.

Le Mont-Saint-Michel, 600.

Metz, 20,000.

Nancy, 50,000.

Lille, 60,000.

Clermont-Ferrand, 48,000.

Poitiers, 25,000.

Dijon, 12,000.

Châtellerault, 3,500.

Chambéry, 18,000.

published in l’Humanité 29 March 2006

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