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BMW AG recalling 1 million vehicles in North America

November 3, 2017 10:20 pm
BMW AG recalling 1 million vehicles in North America

BMW AG on said Friday (November 3, 2017) it is recalling about 1 million vehicles in North America for 2 separate issues involving fire risks and said it may expand the recalls to other countries. One recall of 670,000 2006-2011 US 3-series vehicles addresses trouble in the wiring of the […]

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BMW AG recalling 1 million vehicles in North America

10:20 pm
BMW AG recalling 1 million vehicles in North America

BMW AG on said Friday (November 3, 2017) it is recalling about 1 million vehicles in North America for 2 separate issues involving fire risks and said it may expand the recalls to other countries. One recall of 670,000 2006-2011 US 3-series vehicles addresses trouble in the wiring of the […]

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Australia demands answers on US police killing of national

July 19, 2017 4:33 pm
Australia demands answers on US police killing of national

Australia has demanded explanation from the United States on the fatal shooting of an Australian national by a police officer in the American city of Minneapolis over the weekend. The woman, 40-year-old Justine Damond, was killed near her home by a single gunshot wound fired through an open window of […]

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Australian government to boost army powers in response to potential terror attacks

July 17, 2017 10:47 am
Australian government to boost army powers in response to potential terror attacks

The Australian prime minister says Canberra is set to extend the powers of the military to take action in response to potential terrorist attacks in the country. On Monday, Malcolm Turnbull announced a set of proposed changes to Australia’s security laws, which pave the way for an easier army deployment […]

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Five Canadian spies and analysts sue bosses over abusive behavior, racism and Islamophobia

July 15, 2017 9:05 am
Five Canadian spies and analysts sue bosses over abusive behavior, racism and Islamophobia

The file photo shows the headquarters of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service in Ottawa. Five agents and analysts at Canada’s spy service have filed a lawsuit against their managers over allegations of abusive behaviors, racism and Islamophobia. On Thursday, the group of employees filed a $27.7 million lawsuit against the […]

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Australian government mulls contentious cybersecurity law

July 14, 2017 10:30 pm
Australian government mulls contentious cybersecurity law

Facebook has warned that weakening end-to-end encryption services so that police could eavesdrop would leave communications vulnerable to hackers. (File photo by Reuters) The Australian government on Friday proposed a new cybersecurity law to force global technology companies such as Facebook and Google to help police by unscrambling encrypted messages […]

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Cardinal George Pell returns to Australia to face sexual abuse charges

July 10, 2017 7:49 pm
Cardinal George Pell returns to Australia to face sexual abuse charges

Australian Cardinal George Pell looks on as he makes a statement at the Holy See Press Office, Vatican City on June 29, 2017 after being charged with historical sex offences in a case that has rocked the church. (Photo by AFP) Vatican finance chief Cardinal George Pell arrived back in […]

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Canadian appeals court upholds $1.7 billion ruling against Iran

July 4, 2017 1:00 pm
Canadian appeals court upholds $1.7 billion ruling against Iran

The Appeal Court for Ontario, Canada (file photo) A Canadian appeals court has accused Iran of supporting terrorism, upholding a ruling that requires the Islamic Republic to pay around $1.7 billion in damages to “American victims of terrorism.” Ontario’s Court of Appeal rejected Iran’s request to reconsider the ruling on […]

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Canada holds celebrations amid natives’ protests

July 2, 2017 4:30 pm
Canada holds celebrations amid natives’ protests

An indigenous rights activist holds a sign reading “Canada 150 is a Celebration of Indigenous Genocide,” after “Unsettle Canada Day 150 Picnic,” as the country marks its 150th anniversary with “Canada 150” celebrations, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 1, 2017. (Photo by Reuters) The Canadian government has held huge celebrations […]

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Vatican’s most senior figure in Australia Cardinal George Pell charged with historical sexual offenses

June 29, 2017 10:30 pm
Vatican’s most senior figure in Australia Cardinal George Pell charged with historical sexual offenses

Vatican Finance Chief Cardinal George Pell speaks to the media via video-link to Australia’s Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse in Sydney, at the Quirinale hotel in Rome, Italy, March 3, 2016. (Photo by AFP) Australian police have charged Cardinal George Pell, the third-ranking official in the […]

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