Japanese car designer set to achieve greener goal 3 years early.
Report documents instances of families terrorized by night raids, summary executions and disappearances of people, some of whom are never heard from again.
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Over a decade, Bercow has become a central character in the U.K.'s deadlocked attempts to leave the E.U.
Attempts at reconciliation and holding new elections have repeatedly failed, leaving the Palestinians divided between two governments, one in Gaza and the other in the West Bank.
The fire broke out when a gas stove exploded as breakfast was being prepared on board. Safety regulations are often ignored in the overcrowded trains.
"We could hear people crying and screaming for help," said Chaudhry Shujaat. "I thought we would die. The next car was on fire. We felt so helpless."
The resolution opens to door to the next phase in Democrats' probe of the president — public hearings.
Must the Senate hold a trial? How does Trump differ from Clinton? Can the president pardon himself? And much more.
Social stability in Latin America is at risk under the pressure of Venezuelan refugees. More than 4.5 million people have left the country and the flow continues to grow dramatically as the political crisis has not been solved. Neighboring countries are feeling the strain.
Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot's French owner PSA are to join forces through a 50-50 share swap to create the world's fourth-largest carmaker.
"I feel as if we have lost our symbol," said Naha mayor Mikiko Shiroma, who led an emergency response team at the UNESCO World Heritage site.