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At odds over issues, the airline and the union have also been, like the possibility of Lufthansa transferring flight attendants to its partner budget airlines with cheaper contracts as part of a cost-saving plan, while walkouts are focused squarely on the pay issue.
A priority motion on public sector pensions, expected to be discussed at the National Union of Teachers (NUT) conference in Torquay today, calls for joint walkouts this summer and beyond to "defeat the Government's proposals".
Fraport and Lufthansa succeeded in preventing a walkout by air traffic controllers that would have brought Frankfurt airport to a standstill on Wednesday morning.
The walkout prompted the Nanjing Municipal Government to intervene.
The strike will see more than two million workers strike - the biggest walkout since the Winter of Discontent in 1979.
It is the first time in ATL's 127-year history that the union has voted for a national walkout, with 83% in favour.
The first strike took place at the start of September, and two further walkouts are planned for November if the dispute remains unsolved.
He maintained that to protest against non-release of the funds, they were staging walkout from the assembly session.
A planned Christmas and New Year walkout was halted the same way.
Morocco was a surprising walkout last week when President Ahmadi-nejad addressed the UN conference on the Non-Proliferation Treaty.
In an interview, she justified the walkout and promised " more action" on the price rise front as people's concerns took precedence over parliamentary decorum.
Summary: A United Nations meeting on racism on Tuesday adopted a final declaration against racism, xenophobia and intolerance, a day after an anti-Israel speech by Iran's president triggered a mass walkout.