French railway workers strike set to cause major disruption Monday

French railways operator SNCF has warned that the latest in a series of rolling two-day strikes will cause severe disruption to services on Monday, as unions heighten protest action against planned government reforms to prepare for the introduction of private competition on the railways and an end to job contract protections. 

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French train traffic will see some "major disruptions" on Monday, France’s national railway operator warned Sunday, as the company’s workers round up the latest rolling strike action to protest government reforms, reports FRANCE 24.