‘World first’ test run for self-driving taxiPaying customers have been transported through the busy streets of Tokyo in what has been billed as a world first public test drive for self-driving taxis.
Air pollution causes ‘huge’ reduction in intelligenceAir pollution is causing a “huge” reduction in our intelligence, according to a new study.
Uber and Toyota team up in race for driverless carsUber has landed $500m (£389m) of investment from Toyota as it renews efforts to build self-driving cars for its ride-hailing app.
Vladimir’s voyage: Putin enjoys hiking tripRussian President Vladimir Putin has been enjoying some down time as he goes hiking in Siberia.
Liverpool star Salah blasts Egypt FA for ‘ignoring’ himLiverpool star Mohamed Salah has reignited his row with the Egyptian football authorities after accusing them of ignoring his complaints about the use of his image.
White House lowers flag for McCain again after backlashThe flag at the top of the White House has been lowered for a second time following criticism that it was raised to full mast too soon after veteran senator John McCain’s death.
Venezuelan hospitals in crisis amid political turmoilHyperinflation in Venezuela has led to an economic crisis which is spreading to the health system.
Trump announces new trade deal with MexicoDonald Trump has announced a trade “understanding” with Mexico which could lead to an overhaul of the 24-year agreement between the two countries and Canada.
Far-right vigilantes ‘hunting down’ migrants in GermanyFar-right protesters in Germany have been “hunting down” foreigners in street mobs after a man was stabbed to death.
China may scrap controversial two-child limitA controversial policy limiting Chinese couples to having no more than two children may be coming to an end.