2017.09.30

News Headlines - 30 September 2017

Toshiba Memory sale treads a precarious path- Nikkei Asian Review

After many twists, turns, and delays, Toshiba was finally able to put together a deal to sell its flash memory unit -- but the drawn-out saga isn't over, with a number of hurdles still standing in the way.

Japan's Nissan suspends selling of 60,000 cars due to uncertified safety inspection - Xinhua

Japan's Nissan Motor Co. said on Friday that it has suspended the selling of some 60,000 new cars due to problematic safety inspection process.
The automaker said it would redo the safety inspections of the cars because their safety inspections were conducted by uncertified personnel.

Suzuki mulls joining EV development venture led by Toyota, Mazda

Suzuki Motor Corp. is considering joining an electric vehicle development company recently set up by Toyota Motor Corp. and Mazda Motor Corp., people familiar with the matter said Saturday.

Thousands march in Dublin calling for end to Ireland's abortion ban | The Guardian

Thousands of people have protested in Dublin, calling for an end to Ireland’s strict abortion laws... The government recently set a potential timescale of early summer 2018 for a referendum on the eighth amendment, the section of Ireland’s constitution imposing tight legal restrictions on terminations.

Anti-IS 'sheikh sniper' killed in battle for Iraq's Hawija | AFP.com

A veteran fighter known as "the sheikh of snipers" has been killed in Iraq's battle to retake the town of Hawija from the Islamic State group, his paramilitary force announced Saturday.
Abu Tahsin al-Salhi, who took part in conflicts dating back to the 1973 Arab-Israeli war and said he had gunned down at least 320 IS jihadists, died on Friday.


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