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Germany's powerful Verdi union said the strike would last from 02:00 am until 8:00 pm (0100-1900 GMT) at Frankfurt airport, with walkouts in Munich, Hanover, Bremen, Hamburg, Leipzig, Dresden and Erfurt. Frankfurt airport operator Fraport, which has axed 610 out of around 1,200 scheduled flights, urged passengers not to come to the airport during the strike.
On the eve of Tuesday's vote in parliament on her withdrawal agreement -- forged from 18 months of negotiations with European leaders -- May is set to address factory workers in Stoke, a Brexit-backing city in England. Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29 but, with less than 11 weeks left, has yet to finalise the terms of its departure.
Tessa Ganserer is believed to be the first transgender person in Germany to hold a regional or national MP's seat, or to change their gender while in office. Just a few weeks after coming out on social media to a burst of publicity, the 41-year-old will make a first appearance before the press Monday to discuss her change of identity.
The move raises the possibility of snap elections and came after Defence Minister Panos Kammenos resigned in protest over an agreement to end the 27-year Macedonia name dispute. "We will proceed immediately to the renewal of the confidence in our government by the parliament in order to proceed with the major issues for our country," Tspiras said.
The Paris prosecutor's office says rescuers have found a body under the rubble of a bakery in Paris that was blown apart by an explosion, bringing the overall death toll to four. The blast Saturday in the Rue de Trevise in the 9th arrondissement of north-central Paris injured dozens of people. Authorities say 10 of them are still in critical condition.
Pope Francis is offering new parents a bit of advice, telling them it's perfectly normal to fight but just not in front of their children because of the "anguish" it causes. Amid coos and wails, Francis told parents that they had taken on an important new job of transmitting the faith to their children — a job he said begins at home.