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Volkswagen owners in Germany who subsequently sold their cars can still claim compensation connected to the "Dieselgate" emissions scandal, a top German court has ruled.
Owners of VW cars in the Netherlands will be entitled to compensation of between €1,500 and €3,000 over the diesel emissions scandal, an Amsterdam court ruled.
A consumer protection group in Germany has filed a class-action suit against Mercedes-makers Daimler to clarify if damages tied to the diesel emissions scandal must be paid.
Prosecutors in Berlin have brought charges against former Volkswagen boss Martin Winterkorn, accusing him of giving false testimony to the German parliament about his knowledge of the carmaker's emissions scandal.
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