Bankrupt WorldCom plans more job cuts.
The Clinton-based company said Monday it will cut its work force in Europe, the Mid-East and Africa by about 2,000 workers. That will leave 6,000 employees.
WorldCom filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in July.
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