Deutsche Bahn is back in the black. But it's 700 million euro profit last year will not be enough to tackle all its woes.
'Anne Frank' as the name for one of Germany’s new high-speed trains has been decried by the Jewish diarist’s Amsterdam museum. It says it would evoke painful memories of Nazi wartime deportations and mass murder.
German authorities have asked for help finding three men who used an air rifle to shoot at a high-speed passenger train near Frankfurt. Several of the train's windows were damaged, but no one was injured.
German rail operator Deutsche Bahn is back on the success track. After the first loss in more than a decade last year, new CEO Richard Lutz announced a decent net profit for 2016. But many challenges remain.
The decision by Deutsche Bahn to end its night trains in December has been met with criticism from the service's users. In 2015, the German rail operator suffered its first year-end loss in 12 years.
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