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French transport strike drags into day 19, casts pall on Christmas
French train and metro drivers have withheld labor for the 19th straight day in a standoff with the government over pension reform, casting a pall over Christmas plans with many unable to reach loved ones.
French travelers face train disruption amid pension walkouts
Strikes disrupting services in France brought frustration for travelers thronging Paris stations at the start of the festive season, as rail workers protested over pension reform.
Gabon's sole train a lifeline for people, economy
The sky turns from indigo to ebony as the tropical night falls, and the train patiently thrusts through the jungle towards its destination, still hundreds of kilometers (miles) away.
At least 30 injured after collision of train and truck in Japan's Yokohama
An express train and a truck collided in Japan’s second-largest city of Yokohama on Thursday, train operator Keikyu Corp said, with fire officials confirming that about 30 people were injured.
Tehran-Turkey passenger train resumes after 4 years
After a four-year suspension, Iran launched the first Tehran-Ankara train, which made its inaugural trip to Turkey on Wednesday night. Carrying 200 passengers, the five-car train departed Tehran at 10 PM local time.
Tehran-Ankara train service to resume in coming days: Official
Passenger trains are expected to start rolling again between the Iranian and Turkish capitals of Tehran and Ankara soon, the deputy head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Railways (RAI) announced.
Japan launches probe after crash of automated Yokohama train
A probe was launched Sunday into an accident involving an automated train the previous night in Yokohama which left 14 hurt, including six with serious injuries.
Six dead in Danish train accident
Six people were killed Wednesday and an unspecified number were injured in a train accident on a bridge connecting two islands in Denmark, rail operator DSB said.
Iran mounts first indigenous engine on trains
Trains in Iran have been equipped with new domestically-made engines, announced the deputy director of Iranian Railway Company.
Hanoi's 'train street' becomes selfie central
Gone are the days when polite travelers would avoid walking in front of people so as not to get in their vacation snap — now, it's all about not walking behind people to ruin their selfies.
22 killed in Taiwan train derailment
At least 22 people have died after an express train derailed and flipped over on a popular coastal tourist route in Taiwan on Sunday, the island's worst rail accident for more than 20 years.
'Heart of Persia' tourist train heading for Iran
The 27th tourist train dubbed 'Heart of Persia' is scheduled to enter Iran on October 7 via Sarakhs rail border crossing in northeast of Iran.
Germany rolls out world's first hydrogen train
Germany on Monday rolled out the world's first hydrogen-powered train, signaling the start of a push to challenge the might of polluting diesel trains with costlier but more eco-friendly technology.
Can you spot the real Shakespearean sonnet?
Researchers at International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) created a sonnet writing AI that they hope will one day write a perfect Shakespearean sonnet.
Cargo train travels from Poland to Iran
Azerbaijan Republic Railway Company announced on Thursday that a testing move by train carrying containers in the route of Poland, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan Republic and Iran was paved successfully and the train paved the route for nine days.

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