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LONDON (Reuters) - The Venturi Formula E team announced on Wednesday the arrival of Brazilian Lucas di Grassi, winner of the electric series' first race and one of only two drivers to have competed in every season since the start in 2014, from departed Audi.
PARIS (Reuters) - Suspects started to arrive in the Palais de Justice courthouse, in central Paris, ahead of the trial of 20 men suspected of involvement in a jihadist rampage across the capital nearly six years ago.
PARIS (Reuters) -The main suspect in a jihadist rampage that killed 130 people across Paris described himself defiantly as "an Islamic State soldier" and shouted at the top judge on Wednesday at the start of a trial into the 2015 attacks.
(Reuters) - In one of the only known photographs of Taliban supreme leader Haibatullah Akhundzada, he stares directly at the camera - an expressionless face between a white turban and a long, grey beard.
VIENNA (Reuters) -The U.N. atomic watchdog on Tuesday criticised Iran for stonewalling an investigation into past activities and jeopardising important monitoring work in Iran, possibly complicating efforts to resume talks on the Iran nuclear deal.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A housewife was fined RM12,000 in default six months’ jail by the Sessions Court here for spreading fake news about vaccines on Facebook.
As part of efforts to solidify its presence as Asia’s leading food and beverage trade exhibition, Thaifex-Anuga Asia is encouraging Malaysia to take part in its virtual trade show (VTS) segment.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise wins $2 billion computing service deal with U.S. National Security Agency
(Corrects name of company in headline)
PARIS (Reuters) -Google said on Wednesday it was appealing against a 500 million euro ($591 million) fine imposed by France's antitrust watchdog in July over a dispute with local media about paying for news content.
(To correct that first vessel had already sailed)