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BOGOTA (Reuters) - Public school teachers in Colombia launched a two-day strike on Thursday to protest violence against the profession and killings of activists and other community leaders, leaving more than 7 million children without classes.
PARIS (Reuters) - France's hard-left unions on Thursday brought workers back onto the streets in protest against President Emmanuel Macron's pension reform, but numbers were low as the fight to derail the project shifted to parliament.
PARIS: Air France-KLM expects the coronavirus outbreak to wipe 150 million to 200 million euros ($162-216 million) off earnings by April, assuming China flights remain suspended until then, the Franco-Dutch airline group said on Thursday.
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - The top six candidates competing for the Democratic nomination to take on U.S. President Donald Trump in November participated in the ninth presidential debate on Wednesday, with one quickly becoming the focus: Michael Bloomberg.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Traffic was gridlocked in parts of Athens on Tuesday as Greek transport workers joined a 24-hour public sector strike over pension reforms.
JOHANNESBURG: South African President Cyril Ramaphosa’s ambitions of trimming the state’s wage bill to get the nation’s shaky finances under control have run into opposition from the outset.
It is essential that employees know about their rights in order to avoid exploitation, says lawyer Selvamalar Alagaratnam.
JAKARTA: Indonesia moved a step closer to passing a series of sweeping reforms that will effectively strengthen President Joko Widodo’s control over economic policy in a bid to boost investment. The government this week submitted to the parliament a so-called omnibus bill on job creation after missing several deadlines.
LIMA (Reuters) - LGBTQ couples in Peru took part in a symbolic wedding ceremony on Friday in an annual event aimed at calling for marriage equality in the conservative South American nation.
(Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, who bills himself as a champion of organised labour, found himself in an escalating feud with Nevada's Culinary Workers Union on Wednesday, 10 days before the state holds the party's third nominating contest.