Millions of Germans are stranded as the country's rail operator Deutsche Bahn goes on strike. Around half of train services are canceled in some areas. How do you get to work where you live?
The second phase of Germany's latest rail strike has begun, with passenger services bracing for severe cuts through Sunday. Business groups claim the strike could cost the economy half a billion euros. (05.05.2015)
Germany's business federations have strongly condemned a six-day strike for the hundreds of millions of euros they fear it will cost their members. The strike would be the longest in Deutsche Bahn's history. (04.05.2015)
The German engine drivers' union GDL has defended its weeklong strike, refusing to come to the negotiating table. Ministers have criticized the strike, which will inconvenience millions of commuters across Germany. (04.05.2015)
The German rail operator booked a heavy loss for 2015 despite record turnover. Problems in its cargo unit, a protracted train drivers' strike and restructuring efforts affected the bottom line.
The worldwide ransomware cyberattack spread to more computers on Monday as people logged in at work. But no new large-scale breakdowns were reported, while experts were scrambling to determine who was behind the attack.
Dozens of countries have been hit by malware exploiting a vulnerability in Microsoft systems. The ransomware demands payment in bitcoin or threatens to delete files.
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