A view of Schiphol International Airport in Amsterdam, Netherlands August 6, 2018. (REUTERS/Piroschka van de Wouw)
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Security guards at Europe's third-largest airport, Amsterdam's Schiphol, will hold a 24-hour strike calling for better wages on Sept. 4, unions FNV and CNV said on Wednesday.The airport said it was too early to know how it would affect the 200,000 passengers expected to travel through Schiphol that day, but urged the unions and the security companies to solve their dispute.FNV said it expected a large part of the approximately 4,500 security guards at Schiphol to join the strike.
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