Migrants stand on a snow covered meadow at the border between Austria and Germany in Hanging Austria,Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015. (AP Photo/Kerstin Joensson)
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Austria and Germany have arranged to reopen a vital rail link that was closed in September to slow the passage of tens of thousands of migrants, Austrian rail operator OeBB said, but passengers will have to go through border checks.A spokesman for OeBB said a more manageable flow of migrants and better systems in place at the border had made it possible to resume intercity services between the Austrian city of Salzburg and Munich in southern Germany.Trains to Austria from Munich will run without passengers having to change in Salzburg, OeBB said.
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