In Germany, rail transport stopped for three hours

In Germany, rail transport stopped three hours: in Germany, the Association of Train Engineers (GDL) went on strike across the country when it failed to agree on working conditions with the state-owned railway company Deutsche Bahn. Union members demanding a rise in wages and reduced working hours left work for three hours yesterday evening. Thousands of passengers had to change their travel plans. In Germany last week, Germanwings airline pilots from Lufthansa struck.

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