Toxic particle linked to diesel kills 6,000 a year in Germany: Agency

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BERLIN (Reuters) – Some 6,000 early deaths linked to nitrogen oxides (NOx) are recorded each year in Germany, the Federal Environmental Agency said on Thursday, providing more evidence of the health hazards posed by the toxic particles mostly produced by diesel engines.

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