Garbage piles high in Seville strike

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Around 6,000 tons of garbage have been left uncollected in the Spanish city's streets since the strike started last week. The management of Lipasam, Seville's munipical street cleaning company, rejected a plan proposed by the city council to reduce the garbage collectors' wages by five percent while increasing their working hours, local media reported. (Feb. 6)

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