Hollywood Union Workers Vote to Authorize Nationwide Strike

Hollywood union workers overwhelmingly voted in favor of authorizing a nationwide strike months after failed negotiations for better working conditions. The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) said on Oct. 4 that 90% of eligible voters cast ballots and …

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Greece Asks European Union to Help Stop Afghan Migrant Influx

Greece Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis asked the European Union on Monday to help Afghanistan’s neighboring countries, in order to stop fleeing Afghans from entering Europe. Recent events in Afghanistan caused fear in the European Union of a possible ‘repeat’ of …

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Amazon Workers in Italy Hold Strike, Asks Customers Not to Buy

Multiple unions in Italy have called for workers at Amazon’s logistics operations to go on a 24-hour strike today following a breakdown of negotiations over working conditions. The strike will affect Amazon’s entire logistics structure in Italy and involve workers …

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Protests Erupt at French Energy Giant Total’s Headquarters Over Expected Refinery Layoffs

Workers have held protests and stormed the Total S.E. Headquarters in France amid impending layoffs. “Total does not want our struggle to be heard, for the pickets to spread, and to pay for poverty and unemployment. After Grandpuits, who will …

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