Dordogne bypass protesters hail road demolition order

Protesters fighting a half-built bypass that cuts through a prized natural site are confident that, after a 30-year battle, the road will never be completed.

The site near Beynac in the Dordogne, an area classed as a Unesco biosphere reserve, must be returned to its original state within a year, a Bordeaux appeal court upheld. 

Philippe d’Eaubonne, President of ...

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