House arrest for Israeli billionaire suspected of bribery

BSG Resources, owned by Steinmetz, runs an iron ore mine in Guinea which was expropriated by the government in 2014. Israeli police have arrested a second man suspected of involvement on suspicion of money laundering and bribing public officials in Africa, police say.

New Analyst Ratings On Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F)

Finally, First Interstate Bank increased its position in shares of General Motors by 0.5% in the second quarter. Inc. purchased a new position in Ford Motor during the second quarter worth about $223,000. Several other equities research analysts have also commented on F. The Mean and Low price Targets are $12.65 and $10, respectively. Ford Motor Co.

Man wielding machete on SkyTrain shot by Vancouver Police

Man wielding machete on SkyTrain shot by Vancouver Police

The plea comes as new video has emerged of the frightening moments before the police altercation leading up to the shooting at the 29th Avenue station in East Vancouver. The man was carrying the machete at the 29th Street station during the morning rush hour and was shot as shocked commuters looked on. He refused to follow police directions to drop the weapon and was shot by a VPD officer.

Massive Fireworks Market Explosion In Mexico Injures Scores

The explosion took place at a fireworks market in the municipality of Tultepec in Mexico, located a few miles north of Mexico city in the southern part of the country. Puente added that there was no choice but to let any unexploded fireworks burn off. In 2005, a fire engulfed the same market, touching off a chain of explosions that levelled hundreds of stalls just ahead of Mexico's Independence Day.

Protesters call for DR Congo President Kabila to

Protesters call for DR Congo President Kabila to

Gunfire crackled in several districts of the capital Kinshasa , a city of 12 million, as measures to thwart dissent raised fears of bloody repression. Overnight state television announced the formation of a new government following an agreement between Kabila's administration and a fringe opposition group.

VW Reaches Deal for Emissions-Cheating Audis, Porsches (Correct)

U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer, who also oversaw the 2.0-liter settlement, gave Volkswagen and regulators until today to reach consensus on the package. The 80,000 3.0-liter diesel-engined vehicles the company had sold in the USA had a different cheat: An undeclared auxiliary emissions system that allowed the vehicles to emit up to nine times allowable limits.