Germany's Audi sites raided as probe continues into emissions scandal

German prosecutors have raided Audi sites as part of an investigation into the manipulation of US emissions tests.
Dozens of officers searched the Audi factory in Ingolstadt in Bavaria, as well as eight other locations.
Munich prosecutors said the searches were carried out in order to identify those involved in installing the devices that cheated the diesel tests.
VW, which owns Audi, has already agreed to settlements of more than $21bn (£17bn) with US authorities.

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