(Rewrites throughout after talks end without result) BERLIN, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Germany's biggest public sector strike in 14 years over working hours is set to continue after state officials and union leaders failed to strike a deal in their latest talks on Monday. "The meeting with the employers ended without us coming to a conclusion," said spokesman Jan Jurczyk of services union Verdi. "As long as we have no deal, we will continue to strike." For the past two weeks, rubbish has ...
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