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The Sokhna strike has ended after much negotiation, with workers finally returning to their jobs after a presidential proposal
Egypt’s transport minister had announced the crisis on 11 February, which resumed yet again as workers insisted on working for DP World
Operations at the port resume last night as workers end strike
Workers prevented the employees of all the free zone companies from taking their cars out of the area, allowing them to leave only on foot.
Leoni company workers prevent employees of other companies from leaving the strike area
After the death of one of their colleagues on Sunday, public transport drivers at the Athar El-Naby garage have been on full strike
Al-Saeed allegedly aided prosecutors to surround Abdallah until he was forced to sign his resignation letter
Work resumes in Sokhna Port after employees agree to leave company in return for higher severance payment
Medical professionals from Egypt’s run-down public health system have been on a partial strike for over two months, demanding better pay and work conditions
Promises by Dubai management of Ain Sokhna Port have not been met and Egyptian employees have resumed strike
The 6 April Youth Movement which started with a Facebook group is one of the most powerful political movements today
In protest of latest constitutional declaration
Workers await possible charges of disrupting work
Ali Hussein leaves Metro authority, appointed as adviser for the Ministry of Transportation despite reports claiming he was sacked
Protesters’ demands escalate to potential strike
Security forces faced no resistance from striking construction workers
Striking workers will be put to the test on Saturday
Workers refused to go back to work until their pay demands are met
Dismissal of Al-Sokhna workers illegal
International Maritime Organisation denies existence of a black list
As the doctors’ strike continues, doctors in the Sinai Peninsula object to lack of security.
A popular committee to address workers’ grievances was formed on Wednesday, including Ahmed Mahmoud, secretary of the Freedom and Justice Party and Ahmed Abdel Raheem, member of the Shura Council.
Doctors admit strike is losing momentum.
Governor attempts mediation between workers and company.
Miners had threatened to destroy the mining equipment unless granted a pay increase of 15,000 rand ($1,720) for all workers.
The newly-founded union set a number of goals it wishes to achieve.
The demonstrators at the counter protest opposed the closure of the port.
Striking doctors intend to submit thousand of resignations as public health strike escalates
NUM, owners reach an agreement, workers going back to work today
Three shipping lines of the Ain El-Sokhna port have warned the Dubai Ports World (DP World) company, which is working in El-Sokhna port, to reroute its ships to other ports in the Red sea in case of further strikes, said an official DP World source. The three shipping lines represent around 90 per cent of …