BERLIN, Dec 10 (Reuters) - Germany's long-distance rail traffic came to a halt on Monday morning, state-owned rail operator Deutsche Bahn said, as workers staged a four-hour nationwide strike to raise pressure in a pay dispute.
"Currently long distance traffic is suspended," Deutsche Bahn said on its website.
The strike, which was organised by railway union EVG, started at 0400 GMT.
(Reporting by Thomas Seythal; editing by Riham Alkousaa)
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