News Headlines - 27 February 2017

New pound coin arrives tomorrow: Here's 5 things you need to know | Metro News

From tomorrow, there’s going to be a new quid on the block – a 12-sided pound coin which will go into circulation

Uber resumes self-driving program three days after Arizona crash | Reuters

Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] put its self-driving cars back on the road on Monday, voicing confidence in its autonomous vehicle program three days after one of its cars was involved in a crash in Tempe, Arizona.

USFJ F-35 stealth fighters dispatched to Korean peninsula for the first time : The Hankyoreh

After completing exercises on the Korean Peninsula, F-35B stealth fighters with the US Marine Corps returned to their base in Japan. This was the first time that the F-35 had been dispatched to the Korean Peninsula.

Malaysia cooperating with North Korea on Kim Jong Nam’s body - UPI.com

The body of the assassinated Kim Jong Nam has been taken out of a morgue in Malaysia and is to be delivered to Pyongyang.

Hong Kong election: Beijing-backed Lam vows to heal divide - BBC News

Carrie Lam, 59, had the backing of the Chinese government in Beijing and was widely expected to win.
The chief executive is not chosen by public vote but by a 1,200-strong committee dominated by pro-Beijing electors.








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