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Man arrested, pedestrians injured as car hits barriers at UK parliament

A number of people were injured when a car collided with security barriers outside London's parliament building on Tuesday and the driver was arrested, police said.


Counter-terrorism police leading investigation into incident at UK parliament

London's police said their counter-terrorism unit was leading the investigation into an incident outside Britain's parliament building on Tuesday where a car collided with security barriers.


Trump signs defense policy bill with watered-down China measures

U.S. President Donald Trump signed a $716 billion defense policy bill on Monday that authorizes military spending and includes watered-down controls on U.S. government contracts with China's ZTE Corp and Huawei Technologies Co Ltd [HWT.UL].


China angered at new U.S. defense act, to assess content

China on Tuesday condemned measures targeting it in a new U.S. defense act, saying it exaggerated antagonism and that Beijing would take a close look at aspects that beef up the role of a U.S. panel that reviews foreign investment proposals.


Two people injured in incident outside UK parliament: ambulance service

Two people sustained injuries and were taken to hospital after a car collided with security barriers outside London's parliament building on Tuesday, but their condition is not believed to be serious, the London Ambulance Service said.


No life-threatening injuries in UK parliament crash: police

None of the pedestrians injured when a car collided with security barriers outside Britain's parliament on Tuesday is believed to be in a life-threatening condition, police said.


Westminster Tube station closed after car crashes outside parliament

Westminster Underground station was closed on Tuesday morning after a car collided with security barriers outside London's parliament building nearby, police said.


Afghanistan forces beef up defense of flashpoint city

Afghan security forces backed by U.S. advisers and air strikes fought on Monday to drive Taliban fighters out of the flashpoint city of Ghazni, where hundreds of people have been killed or wounded during four days of fighting.


Asia stumbles on soft China data, gold loses its glitter

Asian share markets fought to regain their footing on Tuesday as tremors from the collapse of the Turkish lira ebbed, though sentiment took a fresh knock when Chinese economic data proved softer than expected.


China rejects allegations of detaining million Uighurs in camps in Xinjiang

China rejected on Monday allegations raised by a U.N. panel that 1 million Uighurs may be held in internment camps in the restive Xinjiang region, but said that some people underwent re-education after being deceived by extremists.


Beijing blames 'anti-China forces' for criticism of its Xinjiang policy

Anti-China forces are behind criticism of policies in the far western region of Xinjiang, the Chinese foreign ministry said on Tuesday, after a U.N. panel aired accusations that a million ethnic Uighurs may be held in internment camps there.


Australian archbishop begins home detention over sex abuse cover-up

A former Australian archbishop, the most senior Catholic cleric in the world convicted of concealing child sex abuse, was spared jail on Tuesday when he was ordered to serve his one-year sentence at home.


Egypt voices concern over Red Sea security after Houthi attack

Egypt's president said on Monday Cairo was deeply concerned about security in the Red Sea following an attack by Yemen's Houthis on two oil tankers that forced Saudi Arabia to suspend crude shipments temporarily through the strait of Bab al-Mandab.


New Mexico family believed dead boy's spirit would lead attacks: prosecutors

A 3-year-old boy found buried at a New Mexico desert compound died in a ritual to "cast out demonic spirits," but his extended family believed he would "return as Jesus" to identify "corrupt" targets for them to attack, prosecutors said in court on Monday.


Musk says Silver Lake, Goldman advising on taking Tesla private

Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk tweeted on Monday that he was working with buyout firm Silver Lake and investment bank Goldman Sachs Group Inc as financial advisers on his plan to take the U.S. electric car maker private.


China expresses strong dissatisfaction at new U.S. defense act

China's foreign ministry said on Tuesday it expressed strong dissatisfaction at "negative content related to China" in the new U.S. defense act.


Cuba's proposed new constitution: what will change

Cuba has begun a public debate on issues ranging from one-party rule and socialism to inequality, gay rights, private property and restructuring of the country's government as it moves to replace a Cold War-era constitution.


Trump backs boycott of Harley Davidson in steel tariff dispute

President Donald Trump backed boycotting American motorcycle manufacturer Harley Davidson Inc on Sunday, the latest salvo in a dispute between the company and Trump over tariffs on steel.


Tesla short sellers trim exposure but stay the course

Short sellers betting against Tesla Inc trimmed their exposure to the electric car maker's stock on Monday after Chief Executive Elon Musk gave new information about his proposal to take the company private.


Keeping Tesla shares may not be an option for some big funds

Elon Musk wants to take Tesla Inc private, but some of his big investors may not be able to follow.


 

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