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Tunisia: Fuel transporters protest for three days in demand of a living wage

"Tunisia Faces New Crisis With Fuel Transport Worker Strike", 2nd May 2019 

Fuel transport workers in Tunisia began a three-day strike to demand a long-promised pay increase, heaping a new set of challenges on the North African nation’s cash-strapped government. 

The fuel transport workers’ union had demanded the government implement previously agreed monthly salary and benefits increases of 300 dinars ($100).