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Striking Paris airport workers said on Saturday they would stage another strike in the French capital's main international hub from July 8 to 10 to enforce their pay demands, boding further trouble for travelers early in the summer, Reuters reported.

Ground staff at Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport have launched a series of strikes demanding higher wages to alleviate the burden of inflation fueled by rising demand for air travel and staff shortages caused, in part, by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The current strike, which began on Thursday, will continue until Sunday, although the French Civil Aviation Authority said less disruption is expected.

Airport operator ADP offered employees a 4% pay raise if they agreed to end the strike on Friday, but the workers rejected the offer, a union spokesman told the agency.

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