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CAIRO (AP) -- Labor unrest unleashed by Hosni Mubarak's ouster is continuing in Egypt despite a warning by the ruling military that protests and strikes were hampering efforts to improve the economy and return life to normal.
Hundreds of Cairo airport employees were protesting inside the arrivals terminal Wednesday to press demands for better wages and health coverage. In the industrial Nile Delta city of Mahallah al-Koubra, workers from Egypt's largest textile factory went on strike over pay and calls for an investigation into alleged corruption at the factory.
In Port Said, a coastal city at the northern tip of the Suez canal, about 1,000 people demonstrated to demand that a chemical factory be closed because it was dumping waste in a lake near the city.
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