2017.06.18

News Headlines - 18 June 2017

Macron's new party wins majority in parliamentary elections | Euronews

Exit polls predicted that members of the President’s La République en Marche! party and their MoDem allies will win 361 seats. The party needed 289 for an absolute majority so looks as if it will have a comfortable margin.

Queen's speech scrapped next year under plans for a two-year Parliament to deliver Brexit - ITV News

Parliament will sit for a double-length two year term to ensure that it delivers Brexit, the Government has announced.
Next year's Queen's Speech will be scrapped under plans designed to ease the way for a raft of laws taking the UK out of the European Union.

Iran launches missile strike into Syria in response to Tehran attacks | The Times of Israel

Iran’s Revolutionary Guard said Sunday it launched missiles into eastern Syria targeting Islamic State militants in response to a June 7 attack on Iran’s parliament and a shrine in Tehran. The hardline paramilitary force also warned that it would similarly retaliate against anyone else carrying out attacks in Iran.

Porsche complete Le Mans hat-trick | Reuters

The German manufacturer's 19th outright win at the Circuit de la Sarthe followed a night of drama with Toyota's top two cars retiring and the number one Porsche also suffering a terminal problem while leading with four hours to go.

Nintendo Switch: second comeback

Switch is off to a decent start. In its first month, the system sold 2.74 million hardware units worldwide — and it expects to sell 10 million by the end of this fiscal year.
Nintendo says it is working hard to ensure that anyone who wants to buy a Switch this holiday season can find one in stores – but it can't say with certainty that's going to be the case.


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