News Headlines - 06 September 2017

Navy Seals training South Korean ‘assassination’ squad to deal with Kim Jong-un | The Times & The Sunday Times

South Korean commandos will work with the US Navy Seals who killed Osama bin Laden to create a special unit to assassinate Kim Jong-un in the event of war.

Nissan targets new Leaf global sales of more than 90,000 a year

Nissan Motor Co Ltd is targeting annual global sales of more than 90,000 units for its new Leaf electric vehicle, the company said on Wednesday.

Rare malaria death of girl in northern Italy puzzles doctors - BBC News

A four-year-old Italian girl has died of cerebral malaria in northern Italy, a region free of the disease, in what doctors see as a very mysterious case.

Salvador Dalí’s ‘daughter’ unrelated to him, DNA tests show | The Guardian

DNA evidence taken from the recently exhumed body of Salvador Dalí has shown that he is not the father of a woman who had claimed to be the only child and heir of the eccentric surrealist.

Hurricane Irma destroys 90 percent structures, vehicles on Barbuda - ABC News

Hurricane Irma ripped into the Caribbean island of Barbuda Wednesday morning, killing at least one person and destroying 90 percent of its structures and vehicles, according to Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne.








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