A Brazilian court ruled Sunday that a subway strike that has caused traffic mayhem in Sao Paulo and raised fears of transport chaos at the World Cup kick-off is illegal.
Commuters are seen at the Ana Rosa station during a Metro workers strike, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on June 6, 2014
"The court ruled the strike was abusive. We are going to have an assembly (this afternoon) and vote whether to continue the strike or not," said union spokesman Thiago Marcelino Pereira.
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