Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agreed to the Egyptian cease-fire proposal, which has put an end to the warring that killed 162 Palestinians and five Israelis.
With such severe transportation difficulties, mail delivery services within Argentina were postponed, as package delivery companies were unable to move their vehicles through the crowds.
The three utility workers that were on the bridge during the collapse have since been confirmed dead. A fourth man also perished in the storm, as his car was swept away by the rainwater in Tuscany.
Europolitics reported that as many as 23 countries and 40 trade unions took part in the strikes on November 14.
Germany has notified the U.S. Postal Service that it will not be receiving any packages with lithium metals or lithium-ion batteries when addressed to German homes or establishments.
Several thousand marched in the streets of Paris, with the French Catholic Church and various senior clerics supporting the protests.
Package delivery companies offering worldwide delivery services are currently experiencing delays sending parcels and mail to Iceland.
A number of post offices across the regions were unable to keep to their schedule because of the strike and mail delivery services were delayed.
All postal processes were impacted yesterday throughout Portugal due to the strike.
Residents of these European countries left their post in order to protest wide economic problems and government austerity programs, according to The Wall Street Journal.