Tuesday, October 8, 2013
Commuters are silhouetted as they walk along Comercio square during a 24-hour strike by Lisbon's subway workers, Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013. The Lisbon subway closed for the fourth time this year as workers continue their protests against austerity measures linked to Portugal's euro 78 billion (US$105.7 billion) bailout. Commuters in the Portuguese capital faced delays getting to work in the 24-hour subway strike Tuesday. Alternative bus services were crowded, and roads into Lisbon were clogged with heavy traffic.
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