Police in Sao Paulo fired tear gas Monday to disperse protesters supporting a subway strike that has unleashed transport chaos three days before the Brazilian mega-city hosts the World Cup kick-off.
Buenos Aires commuters will return to the underground trains on Tuesday following a temporary labour agreement which puts an end to a nerve racking ten-day strike that made the Argentine capital collapse at times
Buenos Aires City one million commuters will be punished with yet another day, ten running, without subways as no agreement was reached between the striking workers with the Metrovias company.
Buenos Aires subway splinter workers union announced Friday evening that they failed to reach an agreement with licensee company Metrovías and that the strike will continue for another 24 hours.
Chaos in Buenos Aires City traffic as the 600.000 daily subway commuters were again left on Wednesday with no service for the fifth day running and no prospects of a solution in sight as a mediation effort with striking workers collapsed.