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Airport workers strike in Brazil

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (WKRC) -- The world cup is about to start in Brazil, and airport workers in Rio de Janeiro walked off the job.

Workers at Rio's two airports declared a 24-hour strike because they want raises.

Their work stoppage would affect travel to Sao Paolo, where the first World Cup game will be held Thursday.

A labor court has issued an injunction for the unions to maintain staffing at 80 percent of normal levels or face fines.

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