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June 13, 2008
Soldiers and replacement trucks arrive at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) after unionised...
Uiwang, South Korea
Soldiers and replacement trucks arrive at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) after unionised...
Soldiers and replacement trucks arrive at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) after unionised truckers launched their general strike in Uiwang, south of Seoul June 13, 2008. Another major protest is planned in South Korea on Friday that could further shake embattled President Lee Myung-bak and his economic reform agenda, as thousands of truckers added to his woes by walking off the job in a strike over high fuel costs. About 14,000 walked off the job on Friday after talks on higher pay and demands for cheaper diesel broke down. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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