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Israeli parents join youth in int'l strike for climate change action

"You can’t expect a mother to do nothing when their child’s whole future is at risk."


Chicken shortage expected during High Holiday season

"This is a mortal blow to preparations for the holiday," warned slaughterhouses. "Work will stop and there won't be products for the holiday."

Striking lab technicians demonstrate at Prime Minister’s Residence

The lab technicians have continued to carry out coronavirus tests but are only reporting on those that are positive.

Children are returning to school in Israel amid the coronavirus pandemic. August 24, 2020.

Strike? Education Ministry, Teachers' Union to reconvene on Monday

The Finance Ministry wants these teachers, especially those who work in the preschools, to be furloughed. The Teachers’ Union wants an alternative.

Lab workers declare strike: Coronavirus tests only for those hospitalized

This will be the first strike by lab workers since 2018.


Israeli firms strike in support of nationwide protests over Eilat rape

Among the notable companies that joined the protest are Pelephone, yes, Bezeq International, Microsoft, Delek Automotive Systems Ltd., Super-Pharm and the Israel Aerospace Industries.

Lab workers warn of strike in two weeks after negotiations 'explode'

"One would have expected the coronavirus to end this silly saga and clarify the importance of the stability of the laboratory system"

Psychiatric hospitals to strike for three hours after nurse assaulted

"The nurses union will not accept any manifestation of violence against the nurses who work with dedication and mission on behalf of the patients."

Iranians protest at the Haft Tappeh Sugarcane Industrial Complex, August, 2020

Iranian workers strike amid economic crisis

Workers at the Haft Tappeh Sugarcane Industrial Complex in the Khuzestan province marked the 48th day of protests on Saturday, as they suffer from overdue wages.

Bus driver works during the coronavirus outbreak, 2020

Bus drivers plan strike starting Wednesday: 'Drivers aren't worthless'

Over 1,000 bus drivers have been infected with coronavirus and hundreds are in quarantine. "Buses have turned into an actual ticking time bomb. It's time to stop abandoning drivers and passengers."

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