Auto assembly workers go on strike in the United States

Auto assembly workers go on strike in the United States

In Pakistan, rescue teams are still searching for the victims of the second mosque bombing in one day. In this second explosion, five people were killed and dozens were trapped under the rubble, after the roof of the mosque collapsed.

In the previous attack, at least 52 people were killed. Check out this and other world highlights on our tour.

Searches take place in Hangu City. The explosions occurred amid activities marking the Prophet’s birthday. The attack included two explosions. A police officer killed in the attack was buried today. The previous attack took place in the southwestern province of Balochistan. No group has claimed responsibility for the explosions. Pakistan is witnessing a wave of armed attacks, and general elections are scheduled for January.

In the United States, auto assembly workers expanded their two-week strike. Employees from two other units left their positions, one from Ford and the other from General Motors. Stellantis, Chrysler’s owner, was bailed out because it was progressing in negotiations. Now, 25,000 workers are participating in the strike, or 17% of the approximately 150,000 members of the union that represents employees of the three automakers.

Police in Northumbria, northern England, said they had arrested a second person, a 60-year-old man, in an investigation into the felling of the tree known as Sycamore Gap. The tree, which was located in a national park, was found cut down on Thursday, when a 16-year-old teenager was arrested. Hundreds of years old, it was one of the most photographed images in the UK and became world famous in the 1991 film Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves.

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In Burkina Faso, demonstrators gathered in the capital, Ouagadougou, in support of the ruling military junta. The mobilization came on the occasion of the one-year anniversary of the coup that the country witnessed. Some carried posters bearing pictures of the young military leader, Captain Ibrahim Traoré. Who took power on September 30 last year, ousting another coup leader who had seized power eight months earlier.

In Pakistan, rescue teams are still searching for the victims of the second mosque bombing in one day. In this second explosion, five people were killed and dozens were trapped under the rubble, after the roof of the mosque collapsed.

In the previous attack, at least 52 people were killed. Check out this and other world highlights on our tour.

Searches take place in Hangu City. The explosions occurred amid activities marking the Prophet’s birthday. The attack included two explosions. A police officer killed in the attack was buried today. The previous attack took place in the southwestern province of Balochistan. No group has claimed responsibility for the explosions. Pakistan is witnessing a wave of armed attacks, and general elections are scheduled for January.

In the United States, auto assembly workers expanded their two-week strike. Employees from two other units left their positions, one from Ford and the other from General Motors. Stellantis, Chrysler’s owner, was bailed out because it was progressing in negotiations. Now, 25,000 workers are participating in the strike, or 17% of the approximately 150,000 members of the union that represents employees of the three automakers.

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Police in Northumbria, northern England, said they had arrested a second person, a 60-year-old man, in an investigation into the felling of the tree known as Sycamore Gap. The tree, which was located in a national park, was found cut down on Thursday, when a 16-year-old teenager was arrested. Hundreds of years old, it was one of the most photographed images in the UK and became world famous in the 1991 film Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves.

In Burkina Faso, demonstrators gathered in the capital, Ouagadougou, in support of the ruling military junta. The mobilization came on the occasion of the one-year anniversary of the coup that the country witnessed. Some carried posters bearing pictures of the young military leader, Captain Ibrahim Traoré. Who took power on September 30 last year, ousting another coup leader who had seized power eight months earlier.

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