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Top Crisis24 News Alerts - June 16-22

By: Lola Saldana
juin 21, 2018

This Week’s Top Crisis24 News Alerts - June 16-22

 

Italy: Personnel at Tuscany airports to strike June 18

Personnel at Tuscany airports (Florence and Pisa) to launch 24-hour strike on June 18; flights delays and cancelations likely at Pisa and Florence international airports. Read more

 

Japan: 5.3-magnitude earthquake shakes Osaka June 18

5.3-magnitude earthquake shakes Osaka prefecture June 18; minor damages reported at train station in Ibaraki (Osaka prefecture). Read more

 

Switzerland: Major disruptions at Geneva Airport June 21 due to papal visit

Major disruptions expected in vicinity of Geneva Airport June 21 due to papal visit; allow for extra travel time. Read more

 

Spain: June 20 ATC strike at Barcelona Airport called off

Threatened June 20 air traffic controller strike at Barcelona-El Prat Airport called off; strike possible in July. Read more

 

Russia: Taxi drives into crowd in Moscow June 16

Taxi hits crowd of people in Moscow June 16, injuring at least eight people; terrorism not suspected. Read more

 

 

This week’s Editor’s choice

 

Argentina: National general strike June 25

Labor unions have called for a nationwide general strike to take place on Monday, June 25. Transportation and service disruptions, protests, and roadblocks are to be expected throughout the day. Read moreament June 14 – July 15; ensure that vaccinations are up to date for measles, mumps, and rubella. Read more

 

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