Seville rubbish piles up amid Spanish strike


An estimated 6,000 tonnes of rubbish is piling up on the streets of the Spanish city of Seville as workers continue a strike over pay and hours.

Rubbish has not been collected for nine days, but the regional government says it has to cut funding for the refuse teams to help get its finances in order.

Tom Burridge reports from Seville.

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