Greek workers join walkout over deadly train crash, call protests

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By Karolina Tagaris and Angeliki Koutantou ATHENS (Reuters) – Thousands of workers walked off the job on Wednesday to protest over Greece’s deadliest train disaster that killed 57 people, with mass demonstrations expected to culminate outside parliament in Athens at midday. The crash on Feb. 28 has stirred public outrage over the crumbling state of the Greek rail network, and striking workers say years of neglect, underinvestment and understaffing – a legacy of Greece’s decade-long debt crisis – are to blame. Many of the around 350 people aboard an intercity passenger train that collided head-…

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