A woman waits for a train at the Rossio train station during the first of four days strike by railway workers, in Lisbon, Thursday, April 2, 2015. Portugal's state-owned national railroad company said only a few scheduled trains are running in the country as staff begin four days of stoppages over the Easter break. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco) (The Associated Press)
LISBON, Portugal – Portugal's state-owned national railroad company says only a few scheduled trains are running in the country as staff begin four days of stoppages over the Easter break.
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