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More turbulence for Lufthansa

The German flag carrier says an estimated 1,706 flights will be cancelled on Tuesday and Wednesday due to a long-running pay dispute between management and pilots.

The German flag carrier says an estimated 1,706 flights will be cancelled on Tuesday and Wednesday due to a long-running pay dispute between management and pilots.

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Lufthansa cancels 1,700 flights as two day pilots' strike looms

Making the most of Monday’s flights from Frankfurt, passengers with Lufthansa are facing fresh misery on Tuesday and Wednesday with more strikes announced by the airline’s…

Making the most of Monday’s flights from Frankfurt, passengers with Lufthansa are facing fresh misery on Tuesday and Wednesday with more strikes announced by the airline’s…

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Travel misery as Lufthansa strike enters third day

A strike by Lufthansa pilots has entered its third day, and is affecting around 100,000 passengers after 850 more flights were cancelled.

A strike by Lufthansa pilots has entered its third day, and is affecting around 100,000 passengers after 850 more flights were cancelled.

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Lufthansa pilots extend latest pay strike until Saturday

Lufthansa pilots in Germany have said they will extend strike action again until Saturday, this time targeting long-haul flights in a long-running pay dispute.

Lufthansa pilots in Germany have said they will extend strike action again until Saturday, this time targeting long-haul flights in a long-running pay dispute.

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Lufthansa pilots' strike extended

Germany's flagship carrier Lufthansa has now been forced to cancel almost 1,800 flights at airports across the country after a strike by pilots was extended until Friday.

Germany's flagship carrier Lufthansa has now been forced to cancel almost 1,800 flights at airports across the country after a strike by pilots was extended until Friday.

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Lufthansa strike forces carrier to cancel 900 flights

Germany’s flagship carrier Lufthansa has been forced to ground almost 900 flights at airports across the country after pilots began a two-day strike.

Germany’s flagship carrier Lufthansa has been forced to ground almost 900 flights at airports across the country after pilots began a two-day strike.

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Lufthansa group hit by wave of industrial action

In Germany, cabin crew at Lufthansa’s low-cost carrier Eurowings have gone on strike forcing dozens of flight cancellations.

In Germany, cabin crew at Lufthansa’s low-cost carrier Eurowings have gone on strike forcing dozens of flight cancellations.

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Unions ground Alitalia flights from Rome's Fiumicino airport

More than 150 flights to and from Rome’s international Fiumicino airport were cancelled on Thursday (September 22) because of strike action.

More than 150 flights to and from Rome’s international Fiumicino airport were cancelled on Thursday (September 22) because of strike action.

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The UK faces its longest train strike in 50 years

Hundreds of thousands of train commuters in London and southern England have been left facing misery on the first day of a five-day stoppage.

Hundreds of thousands of train commuters in London and southern England have been left facing misery on the first day of a five-day stoppage.

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The new faces of Europe's far-left

And so they rose, and took to the streets and squares of cities and towns, reclaiming the Agora, asking that democracy live up to its promise: in Spain, in Greece, in France, people demanded that elec

And so they rose, and took to the streets and squares of cities and towns, reclaiming the Agora, asking that democracy live up to its promise: in Spain, in Greece, in France, people demanded that elec

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Nuit debout: Power to the people of France

Anger over a new French labour law has produced a series of protests and strikes aimed at bringing President Hollande's socialist government to its knees. It's also produced a new movement that calls

Anger over a new French labour law has produced a series of protests and strikes aimed at bringing President Hollande's socialist government to its knees. It's also produced a new movement that calls

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Air France: Euro 2016 travel fears as pilots' strike begins

Air France pilots began a four day strike on Saturday – the latest industrial action in the host country of Europe’s football championship that could disrupt travel plans for…

Air France pilots began a four day strike on Saturday – the latest industrial action in the host country of Europe’s football championship that could disrupt travel plans for…

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Greek state hospital workers protest cuts

Striking state hospital workers and teachers protested in Athens on Wednesday, demanding back pay and calling for action on staff shortages.

Striking state hospital workers and teachers protested in Athens on Wednesday, demanding back pay and calling for action on staff shortages.

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Labour law protests threaten to disrupt Euro 2016

A standoff between trade unionists and the French government is threatening to disrupt the Euro 2016 football tournament.

A standoff between trade unionists and the French government is threatening to disrupt the Euro 2016 football tournament.

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French strikes threaten Euro 2016

France continues to be hit by a wave of industrial action just days before Euro 2016 kicks off.

France continues to be hit by a wave of industrial action just days before Euro 2016 kicks off.

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Strikes over French labour reforms threaten Euro 2016

With the international football tournament just over a week away, France is on the verge of chaos as strikes continue.

With the international football tournament just over a week away, France is on the verge of chaos as strikes continue.

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Hollande digs heels in as strikes begin on railways

Workers of France’s state-owned railway, SNCF, have gone on strike over controversial new labour reforms as well as issues over working hours and…

Workers of France’s state-owned railway, SNCF, have gone on strike over controversial new labour reforms as well as issues over working hours and…

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Delays and cancellations as French unions begin indefinite transport strike

SNCF workers begun unlimited strike Aviation unions to walkout June 3 to 5 Governtment calls for talks with CGT French unions have upped the ante and launched an indefinite strike, targeting nat

SNCF workers begun unlimited strike Aviation unions to walkout June 3 to 5 Governtment calls for talks with CGT French unions have upped the ante and launched an indefinite strike, targeting nat

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Social unrest continues in France and Belgium

Train services have been reduced today in France, where rail workers have started an unlimited strike.

Train services have been reduced today in France, where rail workers have started an unlimited strike.

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French strikes multiply as Euro 2016 nears

Strike action is multiplying in France and the timing couldn’t be worse with the Euro 2016 football tournament due to start there in just 10 days…

Strike action is multiplying in France and the timing couldn’t be worse with the Euro 2016 football tournament due to start there in just 10 days…

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More transport chaos in France in standoff over labour reforms

Unions target transport for more strikes TGV and regional trains to be hit from Tuesday night Air France pilots hold their own strike Just as the spectre of dry petrol stations and blockaded oil

Unions target transport for more strikes TGV and regional trains to be hit from Tuesday night Air France pilots hold their own strike Just as the spectre of dry petrol stations and blockaded oil

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Belgium facing more strike chaos

Public sector workers call a general strike for Tuesday following stoppages by rail workers and prison guards in Wallonia and Brussels.

Public sector workers call a general strike for Tuesday following stoppages by rail workers and prison guards in Wallonia and Brussels.

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France's fuel crisis better but not yet over

Following a meeting between the government and oil industry representatives, Transport Minister Alain Vidalies said the situation at fuel depots is improving.

Following a meeting between the government and oil industry representatives, Transport Minister Alain Vidalies said the situation at fuel depots is improving.

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A narrow defeat for the far-right in Austria, France gripped by strikes ahead of Euro 2016

In this edition of State of the Union: Austria narrowly avoids the election of a far-right head of state; bailout cash is unlocked for Greece; and France is gripped by demonstrations and strikes with

In this edition of State of the Union: Austria narrowly avoids the election of a far-right head of state; bailout cash is unlocked for Greece; and France is gripped by demonstrations and strikes with