Belgium: Air traffic controllers' strike hits flights

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Air traffic controllers in Belgium went on strike on June 25, causing a two-hour closure in the country's air space, reported The Voice of Russia citing Agence France-Presse.

A trade union initiated the strike to express disconent over budget cuts. The Brussels airport was quoted as saying that the closure led to around 120 flights being cancelled or delayed.

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