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Metro pollution: Paris’s dirty secret

By France24
27 January 2024   |   3:12 am
The Paris metro is one of the oldest underground railway networks in the world. Every day, 4 million people in the French capital rely on its services. But could Parisians be unknowingly exposing themselves to toxic levels of air pollution? The Down to Earth team takes a closer look.

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