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Rescuers deal with fire in Genoa bridge rubble before day of mourning
Italy weighs 3 options against Autostrade in Genoa bridge collapse
“Reaching port of Genoa will remain challenging in the coming period”
Genoa: investors turn on Italy bridge operator after disaster
Greek seamen to strike in September

Greek seamen to strike in September

Piraeus - Ferries will remain moored at Greek ports on Monday,3 September, after the union representing the country’s seamen called a 24-hour strike following fruitless talks with ship operators to renew a collective pay agreement

Divača-Koper
 at 160 km/h / ANALYSIS

Divača-Koper at 160 km/h / ANALYSIS

THIS past year in Slovenia, there has been a debate on the upgrading of the Divača-Koper rail line. The project, because of its high cost, has been held hostage by the political clash between the majority and the opposition. Suffice it to say that several referendums have been held to stop the project

Workers forced to move 10,000 books in a shift

Workers forced to move 10,000 books in a shift

Pavia - Ten thousand books to be moved in one shift, ‘weekly’ contracts renewed for years, 200 hours of overtime per month, systematic violations of every labour right. These were, according to 300 workers’ stories, the working conditions reported by a study into ‘caporalato’, a kind of illegal job brokerage

Weak demand threatens box recovery

Weak demand threatens box recovery

London - Weak consumer confidence in the UK and sluggish retail demand in Germany have dragged down freight volumes between Asia and Europe during the first half of the year, despite a generally bright picture for demand elsewhere, according to a new report from Drewry

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