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One-day strike by security staff at Stuttgart's airport (14)

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A screen show cancelled flights at the airport in Stuttgart, southern Germany, Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019 when the strike of security staff at three German airports caused severe disruption to flights. (Marijan Murat/dpa via AP)

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A security gate at the airport in Duesseldorf, western Germany, is closed Thursday morning, Jan. 10, 2019 when a strike of security staff at three airport caused severe disruption to flights. (Marcel Kusch/dpa via AP)

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The gates to the security control are cordoned off as security staff attend a strike at Duesselorf airport on January 10, 2019. - Almost 640 flights were cancelled in Germany January 10, 2019 as security staff went on strike at three airports, Duesseldorf, Cologne-Bonn and Stuttgart, meaning disruption for around 100,000 passengers. (Photo by Marcel Kusch / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT

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The gates to the security control are cordoned off as security staff attend a strike at Duesselorf airport on January 10, 2019. - Almost 640 flights were cancelled in Germany January 10, 2019 as security staff went on strike at three airports, Duesseldorf, Cologne-Bonn and Stuttgart, meaning disruption for around 100,000 passengers. (Photo by Marcel Kusch / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT

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A man walks past a closed gate to the security control as security staff attend a strike at Duesselorf airport on January 10, 2019. - Almost 640 flights were cancelled in Germany January 10, 2019 as security staff went on strike at three airports, Duesseldorf, Cologne-Bonn and Stuttgart, meaning disruption for around 100,000 passengers. (Photo by Marcel Kusch / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT

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A board displays cancelled flights during a one-day strike by security staff at Stuttgart's airport on January 10, 2019. - Almost 640 flights were cancelled in Germany January 10, 2019 as security staff went on strike at three airports, Duesseldorf, Cologne-Bonn and Stuttgart, meaning disruption for around 100,000 passengers. (Photo by Marijan Murat / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT

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Travellers wait for after flight cancellations during a one-day strike by security staff at Stuttgart's airport on January 10, 2019. - Almost 640 flights were cancelled in Germany January 10, 2019 as security staff went on strike at three airports, Duesseldorf, Cologne-Bonn and Stuttgart, meaning disruption for around 100,000 passengers. (Photo by Marijan Murat / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT

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Passengers queue before security controls during a one-day strike by security staff at Stuttgart's airport on January 10, 2019. - Almost 640 flights were cancelled in Germany January 10, 2019 as security staff went on strike at three airports, Duesseldorf, Cologne-Bonn and Stuttgart, meaning disruption for around 100,000 passengers. (Photo by Marijan Murat / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT

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An aircraft takes off at sunrise at Duesselorf airport on January 10, 2019. - Almost 640 flights were cancelled in Germany January 10, 2019 as security staff went on strike at three airports, Duesseldorf, Cologne-Bonn and Stuttgart, meaning disruption for around 100,000 passengers. (Photo by Marcel Kusch / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT

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Members of Germany's Verdi union hold flags and banners at a terminal during a one-day strike by security staff at Cologne's airport on January 10, 2019. - Almost 640 flights were cancelled in Germany January 10, 2019 as security staff went on strike at three airports, Duesseldorf, Cologne-Bonn and Stuttgart, meaning disruption for around 100,000 passengers. (Photo by Federico Gambarini / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT

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Members of Germany's Verdi union holding flags and banners walk down stairs at a terminal during a one-day strike by security staff at Cologne's airport on January 10, 2019. - Almost 640 flights were cancelled in Germany January 10, 2019 as security staff went on strike at three airports, Duesseldorf, Cologne-Bonn and Stuttgart, meaning disruption for around 100,000 passengers. (Photo by Federico Gambarini / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT

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Members of Germany's Verdi union hold flags and banners in front of Cologne's airport during a one-day strike by security staff on January 10, 2019. - Almost 640 flights were cancelled in Germany January 10, 2019 as security staff went on strike at three airports, Duesseldorf, Cologne-Bonn and Stuttgart, meaning disruption for around 100,000 passengers. (Photo by Federico Gambarini / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT

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A board displays information regarding cancelled flights during a one-day strike by security staff at Stuttgart's airport on January 10, 2019. - Almost 640 flights were cancelled in Germany January 10, 2019 as security staff went on strike at three airports, Duesseldorf, Cologne-Bonn and Stuttgart, meaning disruption for around 100,000 passengers. (Photo by Marijan Murat / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT

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Members of Germany's Verdi union hold a banner reading "more pay? With security (certainty)" at a terminal during a one-day strike by security staff at Cologne's airport on January 10, 2019. - Almost 640 flights were cancelled in Germany January 10, 2019 as security staff went on strike at three airports, Duesseldorf, Cologne-Bonn and Stuttgart, meaning disruption for around 100,000 passengers. (Photo by Federico Gambarini / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT

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