Strike over Teva layoffs briefly halts flights at Israel's main airport

Flights at Israel's main airport were suspended for several hours on Sunday as part of a strike against plans by pharmaceutical giant Teva to shed employees. The four-hour halt hit international routes at Ben Gurion airport in Tel Aviv from 0600 GMT, but Israeli army radio said services started returning...

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