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Brazil police strike ends after looting, 39 deaths

Salvador - Troops patrolled the World Cup host city of Salvador on Thursday after a deadly orgy of violence triggered by a police strike less than two months before thousands of fans descend on the coastal Brazilian metropolis for the football extravaganza.
In the Media by AFP

Anglo American 'mulls sale of S.African platinum mines'

Johannesburg - Anglo American's chief executive has hinted that the mining titan is looking to offload its strike-hit South African platinum mines to concentrate on open-cast extraction.
In the Media by AFP

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)

Germany wants to call unions to order over strikes

Berlin - A pilots' strike in Germany last week has highlighted the power comparatively small groups of employees have to lay low key areas of the economy in pursuit of their own interests.
In the Media by Marie Julien (AFP)

Lufthansa calls for reform of right to strike

Frankfurt - The head of Lufthansa called for a reform of workers' right to strike Friday as the biggest strike in the airline's history entered its third and final day.
In the Media by AFP

Lonmin claims platinum workers want to end South Africa strike

Johannesburg - Most of the strikers at world number three platinum producer Lonmin want to return to work amid a crippling walkout now in its third month, the firm's CEO claimed Thursday.
In the Media by AFP

Lufthansa flights to return to normal Saturday, CEO says

Frankfurt - German airline Lufthansa, which is currently battling the biggest strike in its history, expects normal services to be up and running on Saturday, its chief executive said.
In the Media by AFP

Pilots' strike grounds Lufthansa

Frankfurt - Pilots of German airline Lufthansa began a strike on Wednesday, forcing the carrier to cancel most of its flights for the next three days and grounding as many as 425,000 passengers.
In the Media by AFP
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