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Lufthansa cancels 876 flights over pilot strike
Out of its roughly 3,000 scheduled flights, 876 would be cancelled due to the strike, "affecting some 100,000 passengers".
Hungarian teachers stage nationwide walkout
Hundreds of Hungarian teachers held a nationwide walkout in a growing revolt against the government's tight grip on education
Six children killed, maimed daily in Yemen since Saudi air strikes began: UN
Six children have been killed or maimed daily in Yemen since Saudi-led air strikes began a year ago, the UN said Tuesday, warning the conflict was taking a horrifying toll on the country's youth.
Kazakhstan's experts comment on Russian air strikes in Syria
Kazakhstan’s experts have commented on the air strikes made by Russian forces on Wednesday targeting the militants of the so-called Islamic State.
Union announces further London Underground walkouts
London's Underground staff are to hold two further 24-hour strikes later this month, threatening more chaos for commuters already hit by strikers protesting plans for night services.
London Tube strike causes major disruption
Millions of Londoners were forced to walk, cycle or take packed buses to and from work as Underground staff staged their second strike in a month over plans to run trains all night.
Belgium cut off from world by national strike
Belgium ground to a halt in its biggest strike in years Monday as trade unions grounded flights, cut international rail links and shut sea ports to protest the new government's austerity plans.
Workers in West Kazakhstan on strike against low wages
Worker of KazStroyService in West Kazakhstan Oblast have gone on strike demanding higher wages.
Eight hospitalized after US lightning strike
Eight people, including a teenager, were taken to hospital Sunday following a freak lightning strike at bustling Venice Beach, the Los Angeles Fire Department said.
Gaza toll at 118 in day five of Israeli strikes
Thirteen Palestinians have been killed in Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip early Saturday, bringing the toll on the fifth day of violence to 118, medics said.
One million strike in Britain over pay and cuts: unions
More than one million public sector workers went on strike in Britain Thursday over pay and spending cuts by the government imposed as part of its austerity programme, trade unions said.
Power cuts in Greece amid anti-privatisation strike
Greece faced nationwide power cuts on Thursday as a rolling strike began against government plans to break up the country's main electricity provider.
China workers strike over Japanese boss' war denial
Around 1,000 Chinese workers went on strike after their Japanese boss denied Tokyo had invaded China and said its 1930s actions were to "help" the country escape colonial rule, state-run media reported.
63 Palestinian prisoners suspend hunger strike: lawyer
Sixty-three Palestinian prisoners have suspended the hunger strike which they have observed in Israeli jails since late April, one of their lawyers said.
France set for travel chaos as flights cut due to air strike
France braced for travel chaos after the country's civil aviation body urged airlines on Monday to cut flights by up to 20 percent in Paris and some other cities due to an air controllers' strike.
Workers producing parts of equipment for Kashagan go on strike
Dozens of workers launched the campaign to demand the salaries owed to them since December 2013.
At least 10 dead as Islamists strike again on Kenya's coast
At least 10 people were killed in a new overnight attack near Kenya's coast, police said Tuesday, just 24 hours after Somalia's Shebab rebels massacred close to 50 people in the same area.
Test for Hollande as French rail strike drags on
France's longest rail strike in years was set to go into a seventh day Tuesday after unions said a first meeting with management failed to address their demands.
Rio airport staff call partial strike for World Cup opener
Ground staff at Rio de Janeiro's airports have called a 24-hour partial strike Thursday, the day Brazil hosts the opening match of the World Cup.
France hit by national train strike
French commuters faced traffic chaos Wednesday amid a national train strike called by trade unions in protest against a proposed railway reform aimed at containing the sector's soaring debt.
29 march 2011, 11:19
77 Kazakhstanis stay in Japan
08 november 2012, 16:17
Obama set to 'extend hand' to Iran again: analysts
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