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Strikes continue to slam France

Despite a breakthrough in trans-pacific trade talks, the Chinese economy is slowing, but do the numbers tell the whole picture? We'll dig into the details. Plus, transport strikes in France are still raging on. RT correspondent Charlotte Dubenskij brings us the latest from Paris on the impact the movement has had on the nation's economy. And later, Facebook is yet again under fire, as the social media giant has found itself in federal court for anticompetitive practices. RT correspondent Sara Montes de Oca is standing by to take a deeper dive into the controversy and what may be ahead for the embattled tech company.

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