Paris metro warns over major strike, transport chaos Friday

In this photo taken on Wednesday Sept. 4, 2019 French Government's spokesperson Sibeth Ndiaye leaves the cabinet meeting at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France. As Parisians are getting prepared to metro chaos due to a major strike Friday, Sibeth Ndiaye said she will have a thought for struggling passengers from her chauffeur-driven official car.

PARIS (AP) — Sympathy can only take you so far.

That's what the French government spokeswoman is finding out after she said she would sympathize with Paris commuters facing a metro strike on Friday — from the comfort of her chauffeur-driven official car.

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