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Rail and tube strikes to go ahead next week: British union
British Union leaders have confirmed that next week’s rail and tube strikes will go ahead after talks failed to resolve a bitter row over pay, jobs and conditions.
Sana’a warns of ‘greater strikes’ if UAE continues aggression against Yemen
An advisor to the prime minister of Yemen’s National Salvation Government warned the United Arab Emirates (UAE) of greater strikes if it continues its involvement in the Saudi-led war on Yemen.
Saudi strikes on Yemen kill 16 civilians, including children
At least 16 civilians, including children, were killed in Saudi-led strikes in Yemen’s southwestern province of Ta'izz, local media reported, as Saudi Arabia kept bombing its southern impoverished neighbor in defiance of international calls to end the bloody war.
IRGC warns of harsh strikes on terrorists in northern Iraq
A senior commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) cautioned the local residents of the Kurdistan Region in northern Iraq to stay away from the terrorists’ strongholds, as Iran is planning crushing military attacks against terrorist groups that create insecurity in the border areas.
Israel strikes Gaza after Palestinian protest
Hamas vows fight for deprived rights
Watkins strikes early as Villa sinks Arsenal
Arsenal crashed to a second successive Premier League defeat as Ollie Watkins' early goal fired Aston Villa to a 1-0 win on Saturday.
Israel strikes Damascus; several missiles intercepted: SANA
Syria said the country’s air defenses intercepted several missiles fired in an aggression by Israel on the capital Damascus amid an upsurge in the Tel Aviv regime’s attacks on the Arab country.
Israel strikes Gaza after rockets target ‘center’ of occupied territories
The Israeli military has attacked the Gaza Strip after rockets from the Tel Aviv-blockaded Palestinian territory targeted the “central” and “southern” parts of the occupied territories.
French union CGT calls for more strikes over pension reforms
French union CGT called on Wednesday for more strikes in France this month after President Emmanuel Macron pledged to push through an overhaul of the pension system following weeks of nationwide strikes by trade unions.
Scores of flights canceled as German airline faces strikes
Around 180 flights in Germany were canceled on Monday due to cabin crew walkouts at Lufthansa’s budget airline, Germanwings, in a bid to pile pressure on management in wage talks.
French gov’t says determined on pension reform as strikes continue
The French government said it would see through planned pension reforms but said the new system that has sparked nationwide strikes would be introduced gradually and public concerns would be addressed.
Lightning strikes kill 18 people in Pakistan
Lightning strikes have killed at least 18 people and injured several more during a deadly night in Pakistan's Thar desert, police said, describing the deaths as "unprecedented."
Strong 6.5 magnitude earthquake strikes eastern Indonesia
The quake struck about 37 kilometers (23 miles) offshore northeast of Ambon in Maluku province at 8:46 am local time, at a depth of 29 kilometers, according to the US Geological Survey.
Russia: US strikes in Syria's Idlib put cease-fire at risk
Russia’s military on Sunday said the United States had mounted airstrikes in Syria’s Idlib without forewarning Moscow or Ankara, endangering a cease-fire there.
Lebanon's officials hold meetings after Israeli drone strikes
Lebanese officials held several meetings on Monday after Israel launched drone strikes on southern suburbs of Beirut early in the day.

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