Argentine transportation halted by general strike

A nationwide general strike shut down public transportation, restaurants, and shops Monday as millions of Argentine workers protested inflation-reduced paychecks and human-rights abuses.

Labor leaders said 90 percent of the country's 10 million unionized workers stayed home in defiance of a government ban and held the first general strike in 6 1/2 years of military rule.

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