Travel Chaos! German Train Drivers Resume Walkout

A union representing German train drivers has called its members out on strike Wednesday and Thursday in a long-running dispute with the national railway operator.
The GDL union said passenger services will be hit from 2 a.m. Wednesday through 9 p.m. Thursday. Members on freight trains will walk off the job Tuesday afternoon and return to work Friday morning.
GDL, which staged several strikes last year, said last week that talks with railway operator Deutsche Bahn had broken down and it would resume walkouts.