PARIS (AP) — France's prime minister says there'll be no U-turn in the government's policy of hiking taxes on fossil fuels to encourage the take-up of cleaner energies, despite planned protests by vehicle drivers this weekend.Edouard... (Date:11/14/2018 07:41) Read full article >>

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