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A strike by transport workers was launched on August 12th.
a 15-day strike over pay and poor safety conditions
Workers have been out on strike since Friday.
The two main unions had called the strike.
schools closed by a teachers’ strike
A dock strike has crippled the port.
The strikes are in protest at the planned introduction of performance-related pay.
the danger of an imminent military strike against the United States
Cluster bombs were used in the strike on the airfield.
Bush warned that America would launch strikes against them if the war spread.
Stevens got the first goal with a brilliant strike in the fourth minute.