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Latest update : 2014-04-02

3,800 flights cancelled as pilots strike at Lufthansa

Pilots at Lufthansa have begun a three-day strike over pay, which has led to the cancellation of some 3,800 flights. The walkout is the biggest in the airline’s history, affecting some 425,000 passengers. Also today: the breakfast battle between fast food chains in the United States that's gotten a little personal.

By Stephen CARROLL

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