STRASBOURG, France, Sept 26 (Reuters) - The European Parliament approved new rules to curb air pollution on Tuesday, but environmentalists and the European Union's executive arm accused lawmakers of weakening more ambitious proposals. The measures, first drawn up by the European Commission, seek to bring the EU in line with the United States in capping emissions of particulates, or fine dust, in the air. They would also set tighter limits for emissions of pollutants such as nitrogen ...
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