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By Elaine Ganley, Associated Press
At least 93 police officers were injured and 354 protesters were detained after traditional May Day rallies in Berlin turned violent, the city’s top security official said Sunday.
By Associated Press
Workers and union leaders dusted off bullhorns and flags that had stayed furled during coronavirus lockdowns for slimmed down but still boisterous — and at times violent — May Day marches on Saturday, demanding more labor protections amid a pandemic…
By John Leicester, Niniek Karmini, Nicolas Garriga, Associated Press
Across the country, essential workers are maintaining goods and services, despite the risks posed by the pandemic. Grocery store employees, bus drivers and sanitation workers are in close contact with the public, and many say they don't have what they…
Millions of workers worldwide are marking international labor day trapped between hunger and fear because of the virus pandemic, either with no job at all or a job without enough health protections.
By Elena Becatoros, Angela Charlton, Elaine Kurtenbach, Associated Press
By Sylvie Corbet, Nicolas Garriga, Associated Press
French police clashed with stone-throwing protesters as thousands of people gathered for May Day rallies. More than 7,000 police have been deployed to try to control a crowd that includes yellow vest demonstrators discontent with President Emmanuel Macron's economic policies.
By Laura Fong
From a book binder in Bulgaria to a key maker in Beijing to gas lamp lighters in London, people whose jobs have become increasingly rare in the digital age are the focus of “The Disappearing Jobs of Yesterday,” a series…
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Monday, demonstrators in more than 200 cities took to the streets in massive May Day events, mostly directed toward President Trump’s policies. Also, the South and Midwest are bracing for more severe weather after powerful weekend…
In our news wrap Friday, a former Port Authority official, an ally of N.J. Gov. Chris Christie, pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges over closing lanes on a major bridge. Also, much-needed humanitarian aid trickled into some of Nepal’s hardest-hit areas,…
By Anna Sillers
From Maypoles to May baskets, this year’s May Day inspired a different type of excitement in Istanbul, where more than 140 people have been detained after clashing with police over anti-government and labor protests on International Workers’ Day. Turkish…
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