Spanish Air Traffic Begins to Ease After Strike
Spanish air traffic was returning to normal Sunday, a day after the government declared a “state of alarm” and ordered the military to break up a strike by air traffic controllers.

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# apps In this week's app roundup: Infinity Blade, unsheathed; zombies, murked creatively; all the frustrations of Jenga; miniaturized; the great songs of ABBA, sung splendidly; planes, safely directed to landing strips with other air traffic control people and more! More »

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Wildcat air traffic strikers halt take-offs in Spain
Wildcat air traffic control strikers shut down the skies above Spain on Saturday in defiance of jail threats and despite the military taking command of national air space.

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