French police have been ordered to clear protestors blockading French fuel depots as the government warned of economic damage from prolonged strikes against its plan to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. A third of France's filling stations ran dry on Tuesday, the government said, while president Nicolas Sarkozy warned that continued action "could have consequences for jobs by damaging the normal running of economic activity". Duration: 01:10
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