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GERMANY-RAILWAYS/STRIKE
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November 07, 2014
Leader of the German Train Drivers' Union GDL Claus Weselsky (2L) and GDL lawyer Roland Gross (L) sit...
Frankfurt, Germany
Leader of the German Train Drivers' Union GDL Weselsky and GDL lawyer Gross sit in a local courtroom...
Leader of the German Train Drivers' Union GDL Claus Weselsky (2L) and GDL lawyer Roland Gross (L) sit in a local courtroom in Frankfurt November 7, 2014. German railways Deutsche Bahn had asked the court to stop the strike by Germany's GDL union, which represents just 20,000 of the railways' 196,000 workers. The GDL walked off the job on Wednesday in what would be their longest strike in the history of German railway's Deutsche Bahn. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST)
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