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European edition, Friday, September 21, 2007

The price for unleaded gas sold through the Army and Air Force Exchange Service is set to fall across several countries in Europe on Saturday.

However, diesel prices are going up.

A news release issued by AAFES on Thursday said the cost of a gallon of unleaded gas in Germany will fall 3 cents to $2.95.

The price per gallon of midgrade and premium unleaded will drop about 2 cents each.

In the United Kingdom, the price of a gallon of midgrade unleaded will fall 2 cents to $2.99.

The per gallon diesel price will rise by 4 cents in Germany, Turkey and the U.K.

In the Netherlands, the cost of a gallon of diesel will increase by 7 cents to $3.37.

The new prices will take effect Saturday and last through Sept. 28.

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