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Fast food workers walk off jobs in protest of low pay

Fast food workers seeking higher wages went on a global strike on Thursday. Protests were planned in 150 cities across the U.S. and in more than 30 countries. These protesters in New York City say fast-food companies are making huge profits by paying them a pittance. (SOUNDBITE) (English) KENDALL FELLS, ORGANIZING DIRECTOR OF FAST FOOD FORWARD, SAYING: "We're sending a message to the fast food industry that fast food workers are fed up with the poverty wages. They're fed up with the irregular hours. They're fed up with being disrespected on the job and, you know, today is the first world-wide strike for fast food workers and we're starting to fight the industry on an international level. And if the industry doesn't respond, then this is going to get bigger and bigger and bigger until they realize that this will not go away and this is not a nightmare, this is reality." McDonald's, the world's biggest restaurant chain by revenue, and Burger King say they pa

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