General strike called in Portugal today, as euro debt fears grow

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Ryanair has been forced to cancel flights to Portugal tomorrow as a result of air traffic controllers going on strike in Portugal tomorrow after calls for a general strike by the country's largest unions. National carrier TAM will cancel the majority of its medium haul flights whilst British Airways has cancelled flights tomorrow. Longer haul flights will continue.

The strike comes as Portugal becomes the centre of attention in the eurozone debt crisis after Ireland is set to be bailed out

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