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US, South Korea launch joint military drills despite N Korea threats
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10 sailors missing, five injured after US destroyer collision
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Elon Musk wants to build the largest lithium-ion battery ever
The Tesla boss said he will construct the 129-megawatt battery to shore up the electricity network in the state of South Australia.
 
In the future, you won't be able to buy a gas-powered car in France
Under the plan, the country would see gas and diesel cars phased out by 2040
 
LATEST: Japan and the EU have announced a massive free trade deal
The deal will cover a market of 637 million people -- and more than a quarter of the global economy.
 
Japan, EU set to seal free trade pact
Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida is set to finalize a broad agreement on a free trade deal with the European Union this week, before its expected official announcement.
 
Trump's first G-20 meet: How will 'America First' play out?
U.S. President Donald Trump has been nothing if not open about his pledges to take a different tack on the world stage, putting "America First" and downplaying long-standing multilateralism.
 
Samsung is using parts from its fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 for a new device
Samsung reportedly had come under pressure from environmentalists to reuse the parts rather than dispose of them.
 
Toshiba draws criticism from shareholders amid financial crisis
Investors fear the firm is flailing as debts mount, which led to it being demoted to the second tier of the Tokyo exchange last week.
 
US suspends all Brazilian beef imports over health fears
US says 11% of fresh beef products from Brazil had failed safety tests -- more than the 1% average worldwide.
 
Uber's under-pressure boss has finally given in
Travis Kalanick resigns after months of criticism about the company's workplace culture -- including claims of sexual harassment.
 
One of the world's biggest banks has been charged in a Qatar-linked case
The charges for Barclays and four ex-staff follow a five-year investigation into the arrangements.
 
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