German railway takes legal action against striking train drivers [Reuters]





Date: 06/11/2014

Nov 6 (Reuters) - German state-owned railway operator Deutsche Bahn will take legal action against a train drivers' union staging a four-day strike from Thursday to Monday which has paralysed passenger and freight transport across the country, the company said.


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German railway takes legal action against striking train drivers

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German state-owned railwayoperator Deutsche Bahn will take legal action against atrain drivers' union staging a four-day strike from Thursday toMonday which has paralysed passenger and freight transportacross the country, the company said.

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