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Paris mayor vows to swim in River Seine next week despite pollution concerns ahead of Olympics

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Paris mayor vows to swim in River Seine next week despite pollution concerns ahead of Olympics
July 10, 2024
Julen Chavin - CNN

(CNN) — The mayor of Paris told French radio on Wednesday that she would swim in the city’s River Seine next week, in a bid to show its suitability for the Olympics despite ongoing cleanliness concerns.

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