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Civil Aviation Employees Signal Potential for Further Strikes

Civil aviation employees in Cyprus, represented by the union Pasydy, are considering further strikes due to unresolved staffing concerns and a lack of engagement from government officials. The staff are experiencing increased pressure and unsatisfactory working conditions since the elimination of certain positions in 2018, leading to understaffing and additional stress.

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Escalating Healthcare Tensions: Historic Doctors’ Strike in 20 Years

Public hospital doctors are gearing up for a historic 48hour strike, causing tension in healthcare. As negotiations with Okypy reach a stalemate, implications include potential A&E closures and increased reliance on private providers. The dispute over pay and incentives calls for Health Ministry intervention as doctors advocate for fair treatment and acknowledgment of their vital role.

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Humanitarian Aid to Gaza Suspended Following Deadly Airstrike

Humanitarian aid to Gaza was abruptly halted after a deadly airstrike by the Israeli Defence Forces killed seven World Central Kitchen workers. The Spanish NGO Open Arms, in partnership with WCK, suspended maritime aid operations that were delivering vital supplies from Cyprus to Gaza, highlighting the urgent need to reassess aid strategies amidst escalating crisis.

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Education Support Staff Set for Industrial Action

Education support staff in Cyprus, represented by Sek and Peo trade unions, are gearing up for a strike on March 21 to protest against a decade of labor exploitation and rights violations by the Education Ministry. They demand respect, fair pay, and improved working conditions as they play a vital role in shaping the future of the nation’s youth.

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Escalating Tensions in the Middle East

The Middle East is currently in the midst of escalating conflict, with Israeli airstrikes causing significant casualties in Gaza, Lebanon, and the Israelioccupied West Bank. The situation is intensifying, and there are growing concerns about a largescale ground conflict. International reactions vary, but Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh has called for the international community to intervene and allow aid into Gaza. The situation is dire, with limited access to essential supplies like food, water, medicine, and fuel.

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