A protester is arrested by the police March 28, 2006, in Paris. Students and unions in France stepped up protests against the First Employment Contract (CPE) law, an open-ended contract for those under 26 years of age that can be terminated within the first two years without explanation from employers. (© Owen Franken)

A protester is arrested by the police March 28, 2006, in Paris. Students and unions in France protested against the First Employment Contract (CPE) law, an open-ended contract for those under 26 years of age that can be terminated within the first two years without explanation from employers. (© Owen Franken)

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