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Striking workers block doors of Tata Steel plant in Netherlands

Reuters India Tuesday, 26 May 2020
A group of around 100 striking worker have blocked the doors at Tata Steel's main Ijmuiden plant at the Netherlands, ANP news agency reported on Tuesday.
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