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Breaking news: French Constitutional Council approves pension reforms

France's Constitutional Council on Friday approved most of the government's controversial legislation reforming the country's pension system, including raising the retirement age from 62 to 64, while it also rejected an application by opposition groups for a referendum on the issue.

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France's top constitutional body has cleared the raising of the state pension age from 62 to 64, and rejected calls for a referendum by political opponents, reports BBC News.

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