BERLIN (AP) — It was installed in cars sold in the U.S. Now, it's coming out that the same software that cheated emissions tests in the United States was also installed in cars put on the market in Europe. It's unclear if the software was used to circumvent tests in Europe. But authorities will be looking into the matter to find out. U.S. officials have determined the software was used to make it appear VW's diesel engines ran cleaner than they did in actual driving. There are about 11 million diesel vehicles that have the software. So far VW has set aside $7.2 billion to cover the costs of the scandal. It has also cost the CEO his job — and other top VW officials may be next.

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