By Huw Jones BRUSSELS, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Rail passengers suffering long delays on journeys through more than one European Union country may claim refunds under new rules to be adopted by the bloc's assembly on Tuesday. The move to beef up passenger rights for the bloc's 490 million citizens from 2009 is part of a "railway package" the European Parliament is set to adopt formally after years of tough negotiations with EU states, which have joint say. The package also opens up ...
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