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Rail travel resumes in Germany after two-day industrial action

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Rail travel slowly resumed in Germany early Friday as a two-day strike by the GDL train drivers’ union ended, main rail operator Deutsche Bahn confirmed. The strike came to an end as scheduled at 2 am (0000 GMT), a Deutsche Bahn spokesman told dpa. Deutsche Bahn was working to restore smooth operations on all lines as quickly as possible. However, passengers could expect individual train cancellations and delays even on Friday, the spokesman added. The union had warned again on Thursday of the threat of further industrial action. Train drivers went on strike from Tuesday to press their demands…

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