A piece about striking truckers in Portugal sparked your interest. It was the third most popular story last month.
The feed industry trade group in that country was fearful that the planned, indefinite strike by lorry drivers could paralyze that sector and other agri-food industries, heavily reliant on goods deliveries.
The transport unions concerned were protesting over what they saw as the precariousness of their working and social conditions.
The strike went ahead but was called off or suspended seven days in as employers said they would enter government-brokered talks with the lorry drivers.
Heavy restrictions on strike action imposed by the authorities, on minimum supply requirements, meant that finally there was little in the way of acute shortages or long queues reported.