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Belgian railway strike paralyzes commuters, halts trains to other nations

A 24-hour nationwide strike by rail workers left commuters struggling to get to work on Tuesday, and the government said it could cost the Belgian economy €40 million (US$62 million) in lost business. Train stations across the country were empty and most people were choosing to either stay home or brave long hours on the highway to get to work. The strike paralyzed rail cargo services to the ports of Antwerp and Zeebruges, causing delays for shipping companies. Full Story

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