Hundreds of taxi drivers have blocked the freeway to the airport in the Chilean capital Santiago. They're protesting against ride-services like Uber and Cabify.
Spanish taxi associations have demanded stricter enforcement of a law that limits the issuing of new licenses to Uber and Cabify. Representatives from the ride-sharing apps say the taxis just want to keep a "monopoly."
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says ride-hailing app Uber no longer exists in his country. His statement comes after Istanbul taxi drivers called for the service to be banned.
New York has tightened its regulation of ride-hailing services such as Uber and other competitors. What will that mean for the so-called You economy? DW correspondent Anne Schwedt is looking for answers.
A Brazlian tourist has died of a heart attack after being stuck in a traffic jam caused by a blockade by taxi drivers. Vehicles were backed up for several kilometers on the road to Chile's Santiago International Airport.
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