Nissan admits falsifying emissions tests in Japan

Nissan admits falsifying emissions tests in Japan

Image copyright Getty Images Nissan has admitted that it has uncovered falsified data from car exhaust emissions tests at most of its Japanese factories. The firm did not disclose how many cars were involved, but said emissions and fuel economy...
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Cave rescue: Operation resumes to bring out boys

Cave rescue: Operation resumes to bring out boys

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThere were cheers and applause as the first boys’ rescue was confirmed Cave divers in Thailand have resumed the high-risk operation to extract the remaining eight boys and their football coach fro...
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Maxwell contrite after missing handshake in T20 tri-series final

Maxwell contrite after missing handshake in T20 tri-series final

4:52 AM ET Glenn Maxwell, the Australia allrounder, has admitted his apparent snub to Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed following Pakistan’s victory in the triangular series final in Harare appeared to be an “unsportsmanlike” gesture, though he ...
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Africa:Deaths on Mediterranean Rise as Anti-migrant Attitudes Harden

Africa:Deaths on Mediterranean Rise as Anti-migrant Attitudes Harden

By Lisa Schlein The U.N. refugee agency says would-be migrants continue to die trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea to Europe. The agency says anti-migrant attitudes are complicating efforts to save sinking boats. The U.N. refugee agency says asylum seekers.....
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Africa:Solutions to the Continent’s Challenges Are Within – Kagame

Africa:Solutions to the Continent’s Challenges Are Within – Kagame

Photo: New Times President Paul Kagame with African Leadership University School of Business graduates. By Collins Mwai Answers to Africa’s challenges and problems can be found within the continent, President Paul Kagame has said. The President was speak...
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Japan’s PM Abe cancels overseas trip after floods ‘kill over 100’

Japan’s PM Abe cancels overseas trip after floods ‘kill over 100’

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has cancelled a four-country foreign trip as the presumed death toll from flooding and landslides caused by record rains reached over 100, local media said Monday. Abe had been expected to visit Belgium, France, Saudi...
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Carseview patients ‘pinned to the floor’ and ‘bullied’

Carseview patients ‘pinned to the floor’ and ‘bullied’

Image caption Carseview Centre is already the focus of an independent inquiry Patients at a mental health unit have told the BBC they were pinned to the floor in agony and bullied on wards where illegal drugs were rife. Former...
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Jacob Zuma’s Son Facing Charges in Bribery Scandal

Jacob Zuma’s Son Facing Charges in Bribery Scandal

CAPE TOWN — For years he seemed untouchable, protected by his family and business partners against allegations of severe graft. But now Duduzane Zuma, son of the former South African president Jacob Zuma, is being charged for his alleged role...
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Thai boys trapped in cave await second rescue mission after 4 teammates freed

Thai boys trapped in cave await second rescue mission after 4 teammates freed

Eight boys and their soccer coach who remain trapped in a flooded cave in northern Thailand waited for a rescue operation to resume on Monday, a day after the first four were brought out safely and whisked away to hospital. Story...
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Donald Trump touts primetime Supreme Court reveal

Donald Trump touts primetime Supreme Court reveal

A family separation crisis of his own making continues at the border. His Environmental Protection Agency chief just quit amid mounting scandals. And he’s about to meet with an adversary accused of meddling in the 2016 election. But President Donald...
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