No strings: teachers in Buenos Aires protest;Briefing

15th May 1998 at 01:00
(Photograph) - No strings: teachers in Buenos Aires protest against a new measure that will increase wages, but only if staff are not absent from school. The city's education secretary said the government was "surprised" by the 24-hour strike and accused teachers of breaking off talks.

Photograph by Enrique MarcarianReuters

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