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Union members will defend the pension system after the government approved what they call a “miserable” 0.25 percent rise in costs. Full Story

Latin America
Onyeama expressed Nigeria's solidarity towards the electoral process in Venezuela, along with opposition to U.S. and EU sanctions.
Bolivia's legal team will meet between March 7-8 in Madrid, Spain, to work on the details of the oral plea.
The tremor caused residents of Mexico City to panic, sending many people rushing into the streets, one witness recounted to Reuters.
'Many people don’t want to listen but we’ll keep telling them no matter what - with unity and respect we need everyone,” says the Venezuelan leader.
World
On Friday, the control board announced that it is still reviewing plans as part of its overall fiscal plan, further extending the deadline to approve those by over a month.
Forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad will be joining the Kurdish YPG against the Turkish "Olive Branch" military operation.
“We will downsize to below 450 hectares and also according to the production record of the farmer."
Palestinian and Japanese activists are demanding that Honda call off its sponsorship or face an international boycott.
Sport
Krushelnitsky possibly returning a positive result is perplexing to spectators since curling is generally not a physically demanding sport.
Olympic medalists Jordyn Wieber and Jamie Dantzscher, and national competitors Jeanette Antolin and Mattie Larson, were among Nassar's 150 accusers.
"It's always unwise to seek political advice from someone who gets paid US$100 million a year to bounce a ball," Fox News host Laura Ingraham said.
Sandra Kiriasis disputed allegations against her, saying she had suddenly been demoted.
Culture
Chus Villar, an art historian and gallery owner, and Juan Bonilla, a writer, and journalist, sifted through over 17,000 negatives to choose the 159 pictures which are now on display, the Guardian reported. 
The film, from Disney-owned Marvel Studios, features a star-studded, almost entirely black cast led by Chadwick Boseman as the first non-white superhero to get his own stand-alone movie in the franchise.
Beneath the jungles of western Mexico lie the sprawling ruins of what archaeologists are calling the "new old city" of Angamuco.
Cabrakaän's poignant lyrics spin stories of love and war, retelling the centuries-old tales on which the band's Mesoamerican ancestors were raised.