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  • Dozens Killed in Kenya Bus Crash
  • Flooding Kills At Least Two Dozen in Mali
  • Paraguay Workers Crucify Themselves in Protest
  • Two Killed By “Deliberate” Rocket Attack in Rwanda
  • Ugandan Human Trafficking Increases
  • John Kerry: Syria Chemical Attack Undeniable
  • Kenya Deepens Its Ties with China
  • Nigerian Teen Hitched a Ride on Airplane
  • Stolen Nails Cause Train Accident
  • An Accused Killer at Seven
  • When Three Become One
  • U.N. Looks Into Peacekeeper Shooting Accusations
  • India Teams Up With Mozambique for Oil and Billions
  • Indian Rape Case to Be Tried Quickly
  • Germany Talks of Possible Third Bailout
  • Found in Translation
  • Britain: Syria Attack Would Be Justified

Paraguay Workers Crucify Themselves in Protest

To get their jobs back, eight Paraguayan bus drivers and a woman have had themselves nailed to crosses for 20 days. The crucified demonstrators are lying on a floor against a wall in a town north of the capital, Asuncion, to protest being fired after requesting overtime pay, health insurance and state pension, according to a participating union leader.

(Photo: AP Photo/Jorge Saenz, File)

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