French rail firm SNCF found guilty of discriminating against Moroccan staff

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Railway company ordered to pay 150 million euros damages to more than 800 contract workers recruited in the 1960s and 1970s.

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The French rail company, the SNCF, has been found guilty of discrimination, and has been ordered to pay over 150 million euros in damages to over 800 Moroccan rail workers, reports RFI.