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Austria increased the speed limit to 140 kilometres per hour from 130 km/h on two stretches of one of the country's main motorways.
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The European Court of Justice rules that Uber should come under taxi service regulations
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Roads closed, flights grounded and trains cancelled as heavy snow blankets large parts of the country.
New car sales in Britain drop off
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Scotland opens spectacular new bridge
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Massive new bridge opens to traffic over Scotland's River Forth
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Bus crash in China kills 36
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