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Portugal’s fuel-tanker drivers back down, walkout continues
Portugal’s striking fuel-tanker drivers ready to talk to employers
Hong Kong protesters offer apologies, China doubles down after airport clash
Grieving relatives ask Italian road chiefs to leave bridge memorial ceremony
“Parts of collapsed Italian bridge lacked maintenance for 25 years”
Fuel-truck drivers in Portugal raise spectre of empty filling stations
Ryanair’s Irish pilots agree to talks as strike looms

Ryanair’s Irish pilots agree to talks as strike looms

Dublin - Europe’s largest budget airline suffered a number of strikes a year ago after a rocky start to its move to recognise unions for the first time, and is under pressure again with pilots in its home market threatening to join cabin crew in Portugal and pilots in Britain on the picket line this month.

Hong Kong protests unleash ‘panic and chaos’, leader says as airport reopens

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