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There is no military solution to Syria crisis: Guterres
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres ruled out any military solution to the Syria crisis following recent US-led airstrikes against the war-torn country.
French rail workers press on with strike after lawmakers pass reform
Striking French rail workers disrupted train services for the seventh day this month on Wednesday, spurning government calls to end the industrial action over reforms at the state-owned SNCF railway company.
Over 800 Lufthansa flights canceled over German airport strike
A planned strike by workers of the aviation sector in Germany has prompted airline giant Lufthansa to cancel more than 800 flights for Tuesday.
France hit by second day of rail chaos as strike bites
Millions of French commuters suffered a second consecutive day of travel chaos on Wednesday as striking rail workers locked horns with President Emmanuel Macron's government in a dispute over reforming the state-owned SNCF railways.
Thousands of US teachers strike to demand higher pay
Thousands of teachers have staged a protest rally for a second day in different parts of the US state of Oklahoma, demanding higher pay and increased education funding.
Air France staff strike, quarter of flights cancelled
Air France staff went on strike on Friday for the third time in a month, forcing the airline to cancel a quarter of flights as multiple industrial disputes weigh on President Emmanuel Macron's workload.
Amazon workers go on first strike in Spain
Workers at Amazon's biggest logistics center in Spain have gone on strike, a first in the country as they demand better pay and conditions, a union said Wednesday.
North Korea accuses US of deploying large nukes, mulling preemptive strike
North Korea has accused the United States of "deploying large nuclear assets" on the Korean Peninsula and laying the foundation for a potential preemptive strike against it.
German industrial workers stage third day of strike
Industrial workers in Germany started a third day of 24-hour strikes over pay and working hours on Friday, downing their tools at companies, including carmakers Mercedes-Benz and Porsche and airplane maker Airbus.
Saudi airstrike kills more Yemeni children in Sa'ada
Saudi warplanes carried out a fresh deadly attack on civilian areas in Yemen’s northern province of Sa’ada to bring the toll from children falling victim to the attacks to seven in less than a day.
10,000 Daimler workers in Germany strike for higher wage
Some 10,000 workers at German carmaker Daimler AG walked off their shifts for an hour on Tuesday as they sought to persuade employers to give engineering workers around Germany more pay and a shorter working week.
Greeks protest over right to strike
Thousands of Greek protesters marched in central Athens on Friday against new reforms, including restrictions on the right to strike, that parliament is set to approve next week in return for bailout funds.
German industrial workers widen strike over wage
German industrial workers widened industrial action on Tuesday, with tens of thousands of staff at metals and engineering companies downing their tools in support of wage claims by union IG Metall.
Saudi airstrike kills a dozen civilians in Yemen
At least a dozen more civilians lost their lives when Saudi fighter jets carried out an airstrike in an area of Yemen’s southwestern province of Ta’izz as Riyadh presses ahead with its devastating aerial bombardment campaign against its conflict-plagued southern neighbor.
German industrial workers stage strikes in pay dispute
German industrial workers staged strikes at companies across the metals and engineering sectors on Monday as part of a campaign by union IG Metall for higher pay.

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