• Feds seek Autopilot data from Tesla in crash probe
Feds seek Autopilot data from Tesla in crash probe

Tesla learned of the crash soon after it happened and informed auto-safety regulators on May 16 that somebody had died, which Tesla said was sooner than rules require. The autopilot feature has already driven more than 130 million miles without any fatal vehicle accidents in the past. An NHTSA spokesperson revealed Monday that the transporta...

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  • Three killed in Bangladesh attack near Eid prayers
Three killed in Bangladesh attack near Eid prayers

One attacker had been shot dead. Mahbubur Rahman, a police officer in the district control room, said: 'They threw a bomb at a police checkpost. India has suspended the Maitree Express, a direct train service between Dhaka and Kolkata, in the wake of the deadly terrorist attack at the Holey Artisan cafe in Dhaka that claimed the lives...

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  • Hamas Asks Palestinians to Stage Sit-In at Al-Aqsa Mosque
Hamas Asks Palestinians to Stage Sit-In at Al-Aqsa Mosque

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh contacted Israeli officials, in which he expressed the Kingdom's condemnation and utter rejection of the provocative Israeli practices, demanding that they should be stopped immediately.

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  • Trump says considering 10 candidates for vice president
Trump says considering 10 candidates for vice president

Later Tuesday, Corker flew with Trump to a campaign rally in the swing state of North Carolina, where Trump introduced him to the cheering crowd as "a great friend of mine, somebody respected by everybody". "His best running mate, by the way, would be Ivanka", Corker said. The announcement came a day after Corker met with Trump and his team...

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  • Turnbull Declares Victory Even as Australia Vote Outcome Unclear
Turnbull Declares Victory Even as Australia Vote Outcome Unclear

Outside of Queensland Labor is ahead in two more nail-biting contests. Mr Shorten had previously acknowledged the Coalition was likely to "scrape" over the line but had not officially conceded defeat. Eight days after the Australian federal election, some winners have been declared, with Opposition Leader Bill Shorten offering to seek common gr...

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  • Backed tribunal rules against China in South China Sea
Backed tribunal rules against China in South China Sea

Reichler pointed out that the ruling "is also a great victory for the other coastal states along the South China Sea, in particular Vietnam, Indonesia, and Malaysia". While the decision is seen as a major legal declaration regarding one of the world's most contested regions, China immediately rejected it as a "farce" and the true impact is uncertai...

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  • Philippines 'Welcomes' South China Sea Ruling
Philippines 'Welcomes' South China Sea Ruling

It aims not to resolve the relevant disputes between China and the Philippines, or to maintain peace and stability in the South China Sea, but to deny China's territorial sovereignty and maritime rights and interests in the South China Sea, the Foreign Ministry statement said.

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  • USA adds troops to Iraq force for Mosul campaign
USA adds troops to Iraq force for Mosul campaign

Specifically, the US forces will be used to secure and get up and running the Qayyarah West airfield, which lies about 40 miles south of Mosul, White House press secretary Josh Earnest said. The extremist group was behind two large-scale attacks last week that killed more than 300 people. The Islamic State has lost about 12 percent of the territo...

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  • Florida bridge closed in all directions due to tanker fire
Florida bridge closed in all directions due to tanker fire

Inspectors are also checking the integrity of the bridge following the crash and fire, Gaskins said. Motorists with plans to use the southbound lanes of the Skyway Bridge Tuesday afternoon will need to find new routes. The driver of the truck sustained minor injuries and was taken to the hospital. The truck was carrying almost 4,000 gallons of ...

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  • United States to send 560 troops to help Iraqi army retake Mosul
United States to send 560 troops to help Iraqi army retake Mosul

The Pentagon said the new us forces will include engineers, logistics personnel and other military advisors, and that Qayara will "become a vital springboard" to retake Mosul. Carter arrived in Baghdad Monday to discuss the Iraqi army's plans - including US involvement - to retake the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, which has been in ISIS hands s...

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  • Police say 5 arrested after firing shots at DC officers
Police say 5 arrested after firing shots at DC officers

Five people have been arrested in Washington after at least one person opened fire on police, and a police spokesman says there's no indication it was a "planned attack on police". After about 30 minutes, three women and two men in the SUV surrendered. Mr Sternbeck said it is not clear why they fired on officers. The only lookout was for a bl...

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  • Taiwan banks pull Wincor Nixdorf ATMs
Taiwan banks pull Wincor Nixdorf ATMs

The police, citing video footage and other evidence, said two suspects operated the machines while the other remained in the getaway vehicle. First Bank was later notified by the police of the situation and discovered a NT$6 million loss at the branch's ATMs the next day.

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  • Inmate shoots 2 bailiffs dead at MI courthouse after fight, officials say
Inmate shoots 2 bailiffs dead at MI courthouse after fight, officials say

Bailey wouldn't say why the inmate was in custody, which officer had the gun that was taken or whether any protocols were violated. After disarming him, Gordon shot him in the arm before turning his gun to two bailiffs killing them in the place.

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  • Portugal coach thanks God for Euros win
Portugal coach thanks God for Euros win

Santos, who is a practising Catholic, told a press conference: "First of all, I would like to thank God, the Father, for this moment and for everything in my life". "He gave us a lot of confidence and said 'listen people, I'm sure we will win, so stay together and fight for it". "And they proved that even without one of the best players in the wo...

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  • 2 bailiffs shot and killed at MI courthouse
2 bailiffs shot and killed at MI courthouse

State police records say Larry Darnell Gordon was charged in April with criminal sexual conduct, assault with a unsafe weapon and kidnapping. Kienzle was a retired sergeant from the Benton Charter Township Police Dept. St. Joseph is a small lakefront city roughly 100 miles east of Chicago. Gordon got one officer's gun away from him, shot and injure...

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  • Make in India' and 'Make it Kenya' can become complementary: PM Modi
Make in India' and 'Make it Kenya' can become complementary: PM Modi

Speaking at a joint press conference, Modi said: "We have agreed to deepen our security partnership including in fields of cyber security, combating drugs and narcotics and human trafficking". Under one of the agreements, India will provide a Line of Credit of Dollars 92 million for rehabilitation and improvement of Zanzibar's water supply system.

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  • Inmate who killed 2 was facing major charges
Inmate who killed 2 was facing major charges

The shooting killed court officers Joseph Zangaro and Ronald Kienzle and injured another officer along with one other person. A court officer and a Berrien County sheriff's deputy were in the process of removing the prisoner from a holding cell in a corridor behind a courtroom when the man attacked them.

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  • House Republicans Request Investigation Into Whether Clinton Committed Perjury Before Congress
House Republicans Request Investigation Into Whether Clinton Committed Perjury Before Congress

Bill Clinton , the other guy, meanwhile, met secretly and inappropriately with Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Comey's boss, for a half-hour aboard her government plane on the tarmac at the Sky High International Airport in Phoenix just days before Comey's decision.

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  • China says Hague tribunal's ruling is null and void
China says Hague tribunal's ruling is null and void

The panel ruled that whatever China's historic rights to resources in the waters of the South China Sea, they "were extinguished" when the country entered into the Convention. Because China had no rights to the area as an Exclusive Economic Zone, the tribunal found that some of its activities in the region were in breach of the Philippines' soverei...

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  • Militants Attack Huge Bangladesh Holiday Gathering
Militants Attack Huge Bangladesh Holiday Gathering

Obama also hoped for speedy recovery of the Japanese citizens who was injured when seven gunmen, who claimed to be from the Islamic State militant group, stormed the cafe and took more than 40 people hostage. No one was allowed to bring in bags. Bangladesh has also seen a spate of attacks on secular bloggers, gay activists, academics and member...

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