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Honda Malaysia recalls more than 58,000 cars amid airbag scandal

Kuala Lumpur - Honda Malaysia is recalling tens of thousands of vehicles to replace the driver airbag inflator, urging owners of affected cars to consult with their dealers.

Op-Ed: Why Viktor Postol could halt Terence Crawford's winning streak

Unbeaten Ukrainian boxer Viktor Postol has what it takes to end Terence Crawford's 28-fight winning streak when they collide July 23 in a pay-per-view fight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas in a WBC light-welterweight title fight.

CFL Rumors: Quarterback Rakeem Cato to Toronto Argonauts?

Toronto - Rookies are set to report to the start of training camp with the start of the 2016 CFL season just around the corner and with the youngsters getting ready for their first taste of professional football, all eyes are on the young signal callers.

China's 'road-straddling' bus will drive over traffic jams

Beijing - Innovations in modern transportation today look at factors like reducing traffic congestion, lowering pollution levels and moving people safely from one point to another. China's Transit Elevated Bus (TEB) may just be the answer.

Op-Ed: Libyan National Army in Zintan, Libya, threatens Tripoli attack

Tripoli - There are now several reports that the Libya National Army (LNA) has warned it is only 10 kilometers from Tripoli and will soon be liberating Tripoli.

2016 NHL Mock Draft: Detroit Red Wings updated projections

Detroit - Detroit has been part of the NHL Playoffs for the last 25 seasons, but that streak was nearly broken in 2016 as the Red Wings struggled with consistency. The front office will look to add depth and stability in hopes of making it 26 years in 2017.

2016 NBA Mock Draft: LA Clippers targeting front court depth?

Los Angeles - The LA Clippers entered the 2015-16 NBA season with high expectations and the experts agreed, many picking the team to finish above Golden State and challenge for a championship, but injuries played a big role in their demise.

Azerbaijan frees top anti-corruption journalist Ismayilova

Bakou - Azerbaijan on Wednesday released jailed prominent investigative journalist Khadija Ismayilova, who was convicted of corruption charges last year, triggering an international uproar.

GMO salmon will be hard to find — Retailers refuse to sell them

Following Canada's approval of GMO salmon on May 20, Friends of the Earth U.S. along with a coalition of groups against GMO salmon released an updated list of more than 80 retailers refusing to sell the product.

U.S. government still uses 50-year old computers for vital tasks

The U.S. government is spending tens of billions of dollars every year to maintain computer systems that in some cases are over 50 years old. These aren’t systems stored in museums but rather computers actively used to store vital federal data.

Microsoft resorts to 'dirty trick' to upgrade PCs to Windows 10

Microsoft has been accused of adopting a "dirty trick" to force unsuspecting consumers to upgrade to Windows 10. As the free upgrade period comes to an end, Microsoft has updated its upgrade assistant app to install Windows 10 even if you close it.

G7 leaders' visit to Ise Shrine: Things to know

Toukyo - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will Thursday take fellow world leaders on a tour of Ise Shrine, an ancient spot that sits at the heart of Japan's native Shinto religion.

Rumors say smaller Xbox One coming in 2016; more powerful model in 2017

Sources have told Kotaku that Microsoft is developing two new Xbox One models — a compact version to be released later this year and a more powerful model coming in 2017.

Op-Ed: Two rival governments in Libya issue competing banknotes

Bayda - The battle between the UN-backed Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) with PM Faiez Serraj and the rival Tobruk-based Government of National Accord (GNA) under PM Abdullah Al-Thinni has resulted in several parallel institutions.

Belize detects first Zika case in pregnant woman

Belize City - Belize's government said it has detected the first case of Zika in a pregnant woman, bringing to two the number of people confirmed infected with the virus in the Central American country.

Hope and relief as Everest season draws to a close

Kathmandu - Hundreds of mountaineers have reached the summit of Everest in recent weeks, drawing a line under two years of tragedy on the world's highest peak.

Hot topics at the G7 summit in Japan

Nihon - Leaders of the Group of Seven industrial democracies meet in Japan Thursday for two days of talks.Here are the hot topics up for discussion at Ise-Shima, a resort 300 kilometres (200 miles) southwest of Tokyo, and what to expect from the talks.

World needs to act together on refugees: Tusk

Nihon - The world needs to act together on the refugee crisis gripping Europe, and not leave the continent to battle the problem alone, European Council President Donald Tusk said Thursday.

Movile Cave in Romania has an ecosystem unlike any other on Earth

Movile Cave can be found in a barren, featureless field in Constanța County, Romania, not too far from the Black Sea. The cave is closed to visitors because of its unique ecosystem, and because it is extremely hazardous to humans.

U.S. nuclear force still using 1970s floppy disks warns watchdog

Washington - America's nuclear force still uses floppy disks designed in the 1970s to coordinate some of its functions, according to a watchdog report released.
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