Wal-Mart workers demand better wages

Across the US, employees of the retailer Wal-Mart walk off the job in protest over poor working conditions.

    Across the United States, employees of the retailer Wal-Mart have walked off the job in protest against poor working conditions.

    They are demanding higher wages and better healthcare from the worlds largest retailer.

    From Maryland, Kimberly Halkett reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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