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Portugal government orders striking fuel drivers back to work

Reuters Monday, 12 August 2019
Portugal's government ordered striking fuel-tanker workers back to work in some parts of the country on Monday after fuel supplies ran low at locations including Lisbon airport despite measures to counter the impact of the walkout.
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