The 'forgotten' speak up in France's shrinking rural towns

AFP UK

With France's presidential elections mere weeks away, people in villages and towns across rural France say they're being left behind. In small municipalities in the country's centre, depopulation is shrinking towns and threatening the quality of life of those who choose to stay -- and fewer people means fewer votes to stave off the devastation.

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