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US may deploy Patriot missile system to Iraq after Iran missile strike: Report
The US may send a Patriot missile system to Iraq after neighboring Iran launched a missile attack on American bases in the Arab country in retaliation for Washington's assassination of senior Iranian commander Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani, according to US officials.
Eleven US troops hurt in Iraq last week during Iran’s retaliatory strike
At least 11 US forces were injured in Iran’s retaliatory missile strike last week on an Iraqi base housing American troops, the US Central Command said Thursday, although Washington had previously maintained there were no casualties.
No end in sight for strike as French gov’t offers pension compromise
A crippling French transport strike dragged into its 39th day on Sunday despite the government's offer to withdraw the most contested measure of the pension reform plans that sparked the protest.
French refinery strike continues for second day
Staff at seven of France’s eight oil refineries has continued to strike for the second day in protest against a pension reforms plan by the government.
One dead, buildings damaged as quakes strike Puerto Rico
A powerful earthquake followed by strong aftershocks struck Puerto Rico early on Tuesday (January 7), killing at least one person, knocking out power, and causing significant damage, authorities and media reported.
Senior IRGC commander Qassem Soleimani martyred in US strike
Major General Qassem Soleimani, the commander of the Quds Force of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, the second-in-command of Iraq's Popular Mobilization Units (PMU), have been killed in US airstrikes in the Iraqi capital Baghdad.
Portuguese airport workers start three-day strike over pay, threaten more action next year
Workers for Portuguese airport handling company Portway have started a three-day strike at Lisbon, Porto, Faro and Funchal airports over the company's refusal to unfreeze salaries after three-years of no pay increases.
Bull-headed French union boss vows to persist with crippling strike
The hard-line leader of a French trade union has vowed to persist with a transport strike that has entered its 23rd day, marking the longest-lasting such industrial action in the country in three decades.
France's pensions chief resigns as strike hits 12th day
The French official leading a controversial pensions overhaul stepped down on Monday over a scandal involving undeclared payments, as a crippling transport strike against the proposals entered its 12th day, imperiling the holiday plans of thousands.
Tensions mount over French transport strike
Tensions between the French government and unions opposed to pension reforms mounted Sunday as a crippling transport strike entered its 11th day.
Democratic candidates may boycott debate due to strike
Candidates scheduled to take part in the sixth Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas might skip the event due to an ongoing strike at the university hosting the event.
French strike snarls commutes in crucial week for Macron
France’s transport turmoil deepened on Monday with unions staging a fifth day of strikes against President Emmanuel Macron and his plans for a pensions overhaul as the government prepared to unveil details of the reform later in the week.
France hit by second day of massive strike over pension reform
Travelers across France endured a second day of chaos on Friday as unions vowed to keep up their strike until President Emmanuel Macron backs down on controversial pension overhauls.
French workers ready for long strike to fight pension change
Large swathes of France’s workforce, spanning generations, will go on strike on Thursday day to protest the government’s planned overhaul of the pension system.
Colombian unions, students plan strike, marches; government warns against violence
Colombian unions and student groups are planning a strike on Thursday, with marches to insist the government maintain minimum wages for young people and the universal right to a pension.

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