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Argentines strike over inflation and crime

Buenos Aires - A general strike called to protest against the government of Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner disrupted public transport Thursday amid growing public anger over price rises and crime.
In the Media by Paula Bustamante (AFP)

Argentina hit by strike over inflation, crime

Buenos Aires - A strike against the policies of Argentinian President Cristina Kirchner halted trains and buses on Thursday amid growing public discontent over high inflation and crime.
In the Media by Daniel Merolla (AFP)

Argentina braces for major strike

Buenos Aires - Argentina braced Wednesday for a major strike in a fresh challenge to President Cristina Kirchner amid growing public discontent over high inflation and crime.
In the Media by Daniel Merolla (AFP)

Argentina schools to reopen after 3 weeks of strikes

Buenos Aires - About 2.5 million primary and middle school students will return to class in Argentina's biggest province Monday after 17 days of teacher strikes over pay.The teachers union said Saturday it had reached agreement on a 30 percent salary hike.
In the Media by AFP

Canadian labor productivity rises 1.0 percent in fourth quarter

March 7 - (Reuters) Canadian labor productivity rose by a higher-than-expected 1.0 percent in the fourth quarter of 2013, the highest growth rate since the first quarter of 2010, Statistics Canada said on Friday.
In the Media by Reuters

Gap boosts wages for US employees

New York - US retailer Gap Inc.
In the Media by AFP

JPMorgan to pay $1.45 mn for sexual harassment

New York - US banking giant JPMorgan Chase will pay $1.45 million to settle charges that it permitted a sexually charged work environment that led to unfair treatment of 16 female employees in Ohio.
In the Media by AFP

Chile, unions reach agreement to end ports strike

Santiago - The government of Chile reached a deal with union leaders early Saturday to end a month-long strike at several ports that had crippled the nation's export sector.
In the Media by AFP

US labor board files complaint on Walmart violations

Washington - The US National Labor Relations Board issued a formal complaint Wednesday against giant retailer Walmart, saying it violated labor rules by threatening and punishing workers who joined pro-union protests.
In the Media by Paul Handley (AFP)

Alyssa Meza, 9, helps her mom safely deliver baby

Chicago - Alyssa Meza, 9, rose to the challenge when her mom went into labor; young Alyssa stepped up to mark helping her mother safely deliver baby sister, Aaliyah.
In the Media by Eileen Kersey
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