German port workers strike on second day, protesting in Hamburg

With slogans like ”stop the inflation monster,” German port workers are expected to stage a protest in Hamburg on Friday during a 48-hour strike that their employers have tried and failed to stop, according to a German media.

German port workers during a 24-hour "warning strike" in Hamburg on June 23. This time, workers are on a 48-hour strike. | Photo: Axel Heimken/AP/Ritzau Scanpix

German port workers continue their 48-hour strike, paralyzing a number of major ports, and are expected to stage a protest Friday through the center of Hamburg, according to German media NDR.

The workers commenced the strike Thursday morning and have said that it will continue until Saturday morning at 6 a.m. CET.

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