News Headlines - 01 August 2016

Syria war: Russian helicopter shot down, killing five on board - BBC News

A Russian military helicopter has been shot down in Syria killing all five on board - the deadliest single incident for Russia's military since its air campaign began last September.

MH370 under control of pilot when it crashed: search co-ordinator

The Australian official co-ordinating the search for missing ­Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has admitted for the first time that damage found to recovered wreckage suggests the plane was under the control of a pilot when it crashed into the ocean... His admission gives weight to the theory that a rogue pilot deliberately crashed the plane and ­raises further doubts over ­whether MH370 is within the search area.

F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone's mother-in-law freed - BBC News

The mother-in-law of F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone, who was kidnapped in Brazil, has been freed unharmed without any ransom being paid, say police.
Aparecida Schunck, 67, the mother of Mr Ecclestone's wife Fabiana Flosi, was abducted from her Sao Paulo home on 22 July.

Toyota completes full takeover of Daihatsu | The Japan Times

Toyota Motor Corp. has taken full control of minivehicle maker Daihatsu Motor Co. in a bid to boost the group’s competitiveness in emerging markets by accelerating its development of small vehicles.

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen formally apologises to country's indigenous people for first time in history - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

President Tsai Ing-wen has formally apologised to Taiwan's indigenous people for centuries of suffering, becoming the country's first-ever leader to do so.








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