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What the papers say - THE SCOTSMAN

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The world's highest railway has been completed after four years of construction.

The China-Tibet railway is 1,120km long and will take passengers more than 4,800m above sea level when it opens next year.

A £3.2M revamp of Edinburgh's roads system has created 'bizarre' junctions and safety hazards, City Council leader Donald Anderson has admitted.

The police said they will not fine drivers flouting restrictions, as many were 'unenforceable'.

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