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A French appeals court ruled Thursday that a kindergarten had acted legally by firing a female employee who refused to remove an Islamic headscarf, the nursery's lawyer said.

The Versailles Appeals Court said the Baby-Loup nursery in nearby Chanteloup-les-Vignes had acted within a law allowing privately-owned kindergartens to forbid the wearing of religious symbols when it fired the employee in 2008, lawyer Richard Malka said.

The decision upheld a previous ruling by a French employment tribunal.


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