Subway strike suspended in Sao Paulo, may hit Rio


SAO PAULO — A paralyzing subway strike has been suspended, though union officials warn that if their demands for higher pay aren’t met they will call workers off the job again Thursday — the day Sao Paulo hosts the opening match of the World Cup. In an assembly Monday night, union members voted to temporarily suspend the strike they began last week, but also decided they would take a new vote Wednesday to determine whether to restart the work stoppage Thursday. Meanwhile, a union representing subway workers in Rio de Janeiro said members would vote Tuesday evening on whether they would go on strike. The actions are a severe threat for World…

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Reggae Boyz crushed 8-0 by Les Bleus
Antigua Observer
LILLE, France, CMC – Jamaica's Reggae Boyz suffered a humiliating 8-0 annihilation at the hands of France on Sunday, as Les Bleus warmed up for Thursday's start of the FIFA World Cup in style. Real Madrid forward Karim Benzema scored on either side of ...
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