News Headlines - 14 July 2016

Bastille Day attacks described by eyewitnesses in Nice as lorry hits crowd | Daily Mail Online

Eyewitnesses have described the horrific moment a lorry ploughed into a crowd of revellers celebrating Bastille Day, killing at least 77 people.
An eyewitness said he saw the driver slam his vehicle into a crowd of people watching the fireworks in the French resort city of Nice and then emerge shooting, killing more bystanders.

Theresa May appeals to centre ground but cabinet tilts to the right | The Guardian

Britain’s new PM appoints Boris Johnson as foreign secretary and sacks George Osborne as chancellor in favour of Philip Hammond

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson booed at French Embassy - BBC News

The new Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, has been booed by some of the guests at a French Embassy reception in London... It was not clear whether the booing came from British or French guests, or both.

Nissan launches auto drive features, stresses difference from hands-free driving | Reuters

Nissan Motor Co Ltd launched a suite of semi-autonomous driving functions on Wednesday stressing they were intended to assist and not replace drivers, just two weeks after similar technology in another maker's car was involved in a fatal crash.
Japan's second-ranked carmaker by vehicle sales said its ProPilot can drive a vehicle on single-lane motorways and navigate congestion. It said the feature will first appear on a Serena minivan model on sale in Japan from next month.

Nearly one-third of Rio Olympic tickets unsold - Channel NewsAsia

Nearly a third of tickets to the Rio Olympics remain unsold just over three weeks from the opening ceremony, an official said on Wednesday (Jul 13), insisting that sales were on course.








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