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Wednesday 17 September 2014

MacDonald's workers stage protests against low wages

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A member of the United Federation Food Workers, Agribusiness, Tourism, Service / Trade and Allied Nicaragua (FUTATSCON) holds a placard dressed as clown during protest outside a McDonald's resturant in Managua May 15, 2014.The protest is part a global campaign against McDonald's for work and living wages for workers in their restaurants. The placrad reads "Fair salaries for all McDonalds workers around the world' REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas  (NICARAGUA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
A member of the United Federation Food Workers, Agribusiness, Tourism, Service / Trade and Allied Nicaragua (FUTATSCON) holds a placard dressed as clown during protest outside a McDonald's resturant in Managua May 15, 2014.The protest is part a global campaign against McDonald's for work and living wages for workers in their restaurants. The placrad reads "Fair salaries for all McDonalds workers around the world'
A member of the United Federation Food Workers, Agribusiness, Tourism, Service / Trade and Allied Nicaragua (FUTATSCON) holds a placard, depicting police officers guarding a McDonald's restaurant, during protest outside a McDonald's resturant in Managua May 15, 2014.The protest is part a global campaign against McDonald's for work and living wages for workers in their restaurants. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas  (NICARAGUA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
A member of the United Federation Food Workers, Agribusiness, Tourism, Service / Trade and Allied Nicaragua (FUTATSCON) holds a placard, depicting police officers guarding a McDonald's restaurant, during protest outside a McDonald's resturant in Managua May 15, 2014.The protest is part a global campaign against McDonald's for work and living wages for workers in their restaurants.
Demonstrators protest in front of a McDonald's restaurant in Chicago, Illinois, May 15, 2014. U.S. fast food workers seeking higher wages plan strikes and demonstrations on Thursday that could affect thousands of restaurants across the country the workers say make huge profits from paying them workers a pittance. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
Demonstrators protest in front of a McDonald's restaurant in Chicago, Illinois, May 15, 2014. U.S. fast food workers seeking higher wages plan strikes and demonstrations on Thursday that could affect thousands of restaurants across the country the workers say make huge profits from paying them workers a pittance.
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