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EPA says VW Violated Vehicles Emissions Rule for Some Models; Ordered Recall of Almost Half Million Diesel Cars

EPA says VW Violated Vehicles Emissions Rule for Some Models; Ordered Recall

On Friday, the Environmental Protection Agency said that Volkswagen AG intentionally dodged the federal emission requirements for almost half-million of its diesel cars since 2009 in the U.S by wri

Consortium of German Automakers Acquiring HERE Map Business from Nokia

Consortium of German Automakers Acquiring HERE Map Business from Nokia

In an announcement on Monday's a consortium of German automakers said that they are acquiring HERE map business from Nokia Corp.

The automakers Audi, BMW and Daimler will incorporate the technology into automotives and ultimately in the autonomous driving.

Future of Euro Uncertain, Greece to Submit a Feasible Loan Programme Plan to Its European Partners

Future of Euro Uncertain, Greece to Submit a Feasible Loan Programme Plan to Its

When the pro-European politicians and bureaucrats planned to form the eurozone they thought of integrating Europe into one.

However, with Greek debt crisis and Britain planning an exit, the dream might just turn into a nightmare for the Euro. The main motto was to create one government that will bring peace, ending wars which have torn the continent apart for centuries.

2014 Proves to be a Good Year for Volkswagen with Over 10 Million Vehicles Sold

2014 Proves to be a Good Year for Volkswagen with Over 10 Million Vehicles Sold

Volkswagen, the German auto manufacturer intends to become the biggest automaker by number of sales in another three years time by 2018.

Last year's performance of the car company was strong as it sold more than ten million vehicles all over its markets.

Babies who sleep on animal fur may not have asthma in later life

Babies who sleep on animal fur may not have asthma in later life

Babies who sleep over animal fur may be less inclined to experience asthma later in adolescence, new research recommends.

The study included more than 2,400 city-staying babies in Germany who were emulated until age 10. Of those kids, 55 percent slept on animal fur in their initial three months of life.

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