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  1. An illustration picture shows the logo of car-sharing service app Uber on a smartphone next to the picture of an official German taxi sign in Frankfurt, Germany, September 15, 2014. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach/Files TEMPE: An Uber self-driving car hit and killed a woman crossing the street in Arizona, police said on Monday, marking the first fatality involving an autonomous vehicle and a potential blow to the technology expected to transform transportation. The ride services company said it was suspending North American tests of its self-driving vehicles, which are currently going on in Arizona, Pittsburgh and Toronto. So-called robot cars, when fully developed by companies including Uber, Alphabet Inc and General Motors Co, are expected to drastically cut down on motor vehicle fatalities and create billion-dollar businesses. But Monday?s accident underscored the possible challenges ahead for the promising technology as the cars confront real-world situations involving real people. US lawmakers have been debating legislation that would speed the introduction of self-driving cars. ?This tragic accident underscores why we need to be exceptionally cautious when testing and deploying autonomous vehicle technologies on public roads,? said Democratic Senator Edward Markey, a member of the transportation committee, in a statement. Elaine Herzberg, 49, was walking her bicycle outside the crosswalk on a four-lane road in the Phoenix suburb of Tempe about 10 PM MST Sunday (0400 GMT Monday) when she was struck by the Uber vehicle travelling at about 65 kilometres per hour (40 miles per hour), police said. The car was in autonomous mode with an operator behind the wheel. Herzberg later died from her injuries in a hospital, police said. ?The pedestrian was outside of the crosswalk. As soon as she walked into the lane of traffic she was struck,? Tempe Police Sergeant Ronald Elcock told reporters at a news conference. He said he did not yet know how close Herzberg was to the vehicle when she stepped into the lane. Elcock said he believed Herzberg may have been homeless. Volvo, the Swedish car brand owned by China?s Geely, confirmed its XC90 SUV was involved in the crash but said the software controlling the car was not its own. US federal safety regulators were sending teams to investigate the crash. Canada?s transportation ministry in Ontario, where Uber conducts testing, also said it was reviewing the accident. Video footage would aid the ongoing investigation, and the case would be submitted to the district attorney, Elcock said. ?Our investigators have that information, and they will be using that in their investigation as well as the Maricopa County Attorney?s Office as part of their investigation,? said Elcock. ?They are going to attempt to try to find who was possibly at fault and how we can better be safe, whether it?s pedestrians or whether it?s the vehicle itself.? Wild west Uber and Waymo on Friday urged Congress to pass sweeping legislation to speed the introduction of self-driving cars into the United States. Some congressional Democrats have blocked the legislation over safety concerns, and Monday?s fatality could hamper passage of the bill, congressional aides said Monday. Safety advocates called for a national moratorium on all robot car testing on public roads. ?Arizona has been the wild west of robot car testing with virtually no regulations in place,? said Consumer Watchdog, a non-profit consumer advocacy group, in a statement. ?That?s why Uber and Waymo test there. When there?s no sheriff in town, people get killed.? Arizona has opened its arms to companies testing self-driving vehicles as a means to economic growth and jobs. Republican Governor Doug Ducey reached out to Uber in 2016 after California regulators cracked down on the company over its failure to obtain testing permits. Self-driving cars being tested routinely get into fender-benders with other vehicles. Last week, a self-driving Uber crashed into another vehicle in Pittsburgh, local news reported. There were no injuries. A year ago, Uber temporarily grounded its self-driving cars for a few days following a crash with another car in Tempe. The company has been the subject of a number of complaints about its autonomous vehicles, but the company has said the cars were being driven by a human driver at the time of the incidents. Essential to Uber's success Uber has said its ability to build autonomous cars is essential to its success in the rapidly changing transportation industry. The company envisions a network of autonomous cars that would be summoned through the Uber app that would supplement ? and eventually replace ? human-driven cars. Uber has logged 3.2 million self-driving kilometres (2 million miles) through December. The company has more than 100 autonomous cars testing on the roads of the greater Phoenix area, the company?s prime testing ground due to the state?s loose regulations and hospitable weather. Rain, snow and ice are particularly challenging for autonomous cars. The company also tests in Pittsburgh and Toronto. Concerns over the safety of autonomous vehicles flared after a July 2016 fatality involving a Tesla Inc automobile with a partially autonomous system that required human supervision. Safety regulators later determined Tesla was not at fault. Uber has weathered a series of crises, including sexual harassment claims, using a tracking tool to avoid government officials, and a lawsuit brought by competitor Waymo alleging theft of self-driving trade secrets. Uber settled that lawsuit last month for $245 million. That settlement was largely seen as a means for Uber to resume work on autonomous cars without the distraction of litigation, as it hustles to catch up with Waymo, widely seen as having the most advanced cars in the industry.
  2. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/dd22cbe9e49289b1ddb2f29c636cf8ae.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9My8xOS8yMDE4IDc6MTY6MDEgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1pUzlRWXdwRStaTEJKWitLVkVmMElnPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] KARACHI: At least four people were killed while two others injured when a trailer and car collided in the early hours of Monday. According to rescue sources, the car was en route to Hyderabad when the accident occurred claiming three lives initially and leaving as many others injured. Later, one of the three injured succumbed to the wounds, taking the death toll to four. All the injured and deceased were residents of Azizabad in Karachi. Two of the deceased were identified as Shakir and Umair, while names of the other two have yet to be confirmed. While speaking to Geo News, Umair?s cousin Baghdad Raza said Umair was going to Hyderabad for a work-related chore. Raza added his cousin would go to Hyderabad every Sunday to make the recovery on his business. Six killed, over 16 injured in road accident in Balochistan A bus was en route from Quetta to Karachi when it collided with a truck He said the vehicle was rented, while he was not sure who the other deceased and injured were. Nooriabad is located near the National Highway where accidents are common, like on other such thoroughfares. On March 3, at least six people were killed while more than 16 others injured when a bus collided with a truck on RCD Highway, near Balochistan. The bus was en route from Quetta to Karachi when the accident occurred near Uthal.
  3. Israeli security forces and forensics inspect the destroyed vehicle that was used by a Palestinian assailant in a car ramming attack targeting a group of Israeli soldiers near Mevo Dotan in the north of the occupied West Bank, March 16, 2018. AFP/Jack Guez JERUSALEM: Two Israelis soldiers were killed and two others injured when a Palestinian rammed a car into a group of troops in the occupied West Bank on Friday, the Israeli army said. The four were struck when the car ploughed into their group close to the settlement of Mevo Dotan near Jenin in the northern West Bank. The army said the two killed were an officer and a soldier, without naming them. One of the two injured was in severe condition, the army statement added, saying their families had been informed. The attacker was arrested and taken to the hospital, the army said. He was named as Alaa Kabha, born in 1991, with the army saying it had immediately rescinded the permits of 67 of his family members to work in Israel. Tensions were high on Friday after Palestinian movement Hamas called for a day of rage to commemorate 100 days since US President Donald Trump's controversial recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Palestinians also see the city as their capital and Trump's recognition broke with decades of US policy that the status of the city would be negotiated between the parties. At least 31 Palestinians and four Israelis have been killed since Trump's announcement, which set off major protests. Hamas praised the attack but did not claim responsibility for it. "This revolution against the Trump decision and the occupation is not a wave of anger but an ongoing action until our people are totally free," said Hamas, which is considered a terrorist organisation by Israel, the United States, and others. Palestinian attacks are often attributed to frustration with Israel's 50-year occupation. Israel accuses Palestinian officials of encouraging such attacks through incitement and refusing to accept Israel's existence. The events come ahead of what could be a tense few months, with a number of significant dates that may spark tension. Uppermost among them is the inauguration of the new American embassy in Jerusalem on May 14, coinciding with the 70th anniversary of Israel's founding. President Trump has said he will attend if he can. On May 15, Palestinians recognise the Nakba, or catastrophe, commemorating the fleeing of hundreds of thousands of people in the 1948 war that led to the creation of Israel. Around 400,000 Israelis live in West Bank settlements that are considered illegal by the United Nations. Around 2.6 million Palestinians live in the same area.
  4. MULTAN: A security official deployed at PTI rally succumbed to his injuries after a car hit him on Thursday. According to police, the deceased constable Mumtaz was the gunman of Deputy Superintendent of Police Saddar. The incident took place in Multan?s Lutfabad area. The PTI chairman is touring areas of Multan as part of the party's membership campaign. During his tours, three suspicious persons were arrested from different areas of the city. At Vehari Chowk, before Imran?s arrival, PTI workers handed over a suspicious man to police. At Chathha bridge, a man including a suspicious bag was taken into custody from a membership campaign camp.
  5. Photo: Geo News file HUB: At least six passengers lost their lives in a car accident near Bela in Hub, rescue sources informed Geo News on Monday. The collision of a passenger coach and car in the Lasbela District in Balochistan left over 12 injured. According to rescue sources, the injured passengers are being shifted to the Civil Hospital. In another incident in the province, a passenger coach fell into a ditch as it attempted to avoid a collision with an approaching car. Four persons were reported dead in the accident. This is a developing story and will be updated as information is received.
  6. File Photo SHEIKHUPURA: At least four people were killed in a traffic accident Saturday night on Lahore Road in Salim Kot, Geo News reported. The accident which left four dead and one wounded occurred when a dump truck and a car collided on the road during nighttime, rescue sources said. Further, the rescue sources explained that the deceased were identified as Umar, Tahir, Abdul Wahid, and Israr.
  7. The most classic excuse that most of us make when we are late for work or a party or basically anything, is that we are 'stuck in traffic'. It's one of those excuses that always works because let's face it, the traffic in India's metro cities is the worst and there is nothing you can do about it. But now, Bengalureans will not be able to make this excuse. Why? Because they will be able to cover a 2-hour-long distance within 15 minutes thanks to a new kind of taxi service. Brace yourself for this one because it's one of a kind and India's first. Bengaluru is now the first city in the country to have helicopter taxis. Travel in Luxury and Style with Heli Taxii. Check out our services: https://t.co/7SYVxXFJ4Y#HeliTaxii #skytaxi pic.twitter.com/eS6Gsmc6gM — Heli Taxii (@HeliTaxii) February 15, 2018 No, it isn't 1st April today. It's as real as it can get. Launching #HeliTaxii – Asia's first sky taxi in Bengaluru. #HeliTaxii is a service provided by Thumby Aviation Pvt. Ltd. with the intent of making helicopters accessible and affordable to the general public. pic.twitter.com/M8sW477we7 — Heli Taxii (@HeliTaxii) February 8, 2018 The initiative made headlines quite a while back but honestly, we wouldn't have believed it till we saw it in action. And today, the first heli-taxi took off in the city leaving all of us surprised. Always used to joke that we should have an air taxi to fly from #Bangalore Airport to Electronic city as car takes 2.5hrs The dream has come true now thanks to @HeliTaxii which just took me 12 minutes :) #DhempeNivyTravels #MacroTraveller #HeliTaxii #skytaxii #Bengaluru pic.twitter.com/z2nuyPuRF7 — Hrish Thota (@dhempe) March 4, 2018 This service has been launched to allow people to save a hell lot of time while travelling from the Electronic City to the BLR Airport. The passengers would otherwise spend more than 2 hours to cover this distance but with heli-taxi it would only be a matter of 15 minutes. 15 minutes from Electronic City to the BLR Airport #NowLive. Heli Taxi operational from today. Pre-book on the app here: https://t.co/XyQlMO7kUN pic.twitter.com/ZtGCNBuln0 — BLR Airport (@BLRAirport) March 5, 2018 The first ride that took off today was at 6:30am with five customers. And if we may add, VERY rich customers because as expected, this one of a kind taxi service does not come off cheap. Attention flyers - say goodbye to Bengaluru traffic and hello to the sky view with Heli Taxii Joy Rides. We have a special price just for you! Hurry book your Heli Taxii joy ride and experience a new way of flying#HeliTaxii #skytaxi #bengaluru pic.twitter.com/t7GbzPX8d5 — Heli Taxii (@HeliTaxii) March 1, 2018 While there is an offer going on right now, one ride will otherwise set you back by Rs. 3500. Now if you value your time more than money, then you won't care about the exorbitant amount. However for most of us, this doesn't exactly seem feasible. Nevertheless, we can only hope that this service proves to be a boon for the city and maybe eventually, the prices can be reduced down a bit for us mere mortals. But in case you have a lot of extra money lying around and want to try this service, you can visit their website: Heli Taxi (helitaxii.com )
  8. A speeding car overturned on the motorway in Chakwal, leaving four dead and one injured on March 4, 2018. Photo: Geo News CHAKWAL: A speeding car overturned on the motorway in Chakwal, leaving four dead and one injured here on Sunday. The car was on its way to Rawalpindi, according to law enforcement agencies. The injured and deceased were shifted to the hospital soon after the incident was reported. PPP MPA's 16-year-old son killed in Karachi car crash Initial investigations suggest the teenager?s car overturned near Village Restaurant, DHA due to overspeeding The 16-year-old son of former provincial minister and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) MPA Rubina Qaimkhani?s 16-year-old son was killed in a road accident in Karachi on Friday. Initial investigations suggest the teenager?s car overturned near Village Restaurant on Karachi?s Sea View Road due to overspeeding.
  9. Photo: CNet Data and technology are changing the world at a fast pace and it seems soon we may able to drive our cars through smartphones. As the driverless car industry continues to grow, Chinese smartphone giant Huawei conducted an experiment that turned the Porsche Panerma into a car that drives itself. Huawei's Mate 10 Pro smartphone was installed into the car as part of the experiment set up to display the processing prowess of the flagship phone's Kirin 970 chip, which features an artificial intelligence (AI) engine. A developer called Kerve created an app with a simple user interface, allowing you to tap a button on the phone to get the car going. According to Reuters, it took the smartphone five weeks to master the road courtesy of an AI enabled camera. Essentially the phone?s neural processing unit (NPU) is being used to identify objects and tell the car how to react when they?re in the way. The phone is installed on the car?s dashboard and scans for potential obstacles on its path and guides the car what to do. ?It has been trained to identify about 1,000 objects and because it?s AI it learns new objects as well,? said Arne Herkelmann, European head of handset portfolio and planning for Huawei. "This is purely a showcase of what the phone today is capable of," he added. The AI camera was originally designed to understand a user?s photography habits but now, it can distinguish between objects such as cats, dogs, balls and bikes and tell the car what to do should any cross its path, Reuters reported. In its promotional video, Huawei did a demonstration with a living obstacle ? a dog. The project aims to highlight the power of existing AI technology, a key theme of this year?s Mobile World Congress but one that some say should be treated with caution. In November, Huawei unveiled the Mate 10 Pro and the vaunted AI engine in the Kirin 970. The company began selling the phone in the US in February, although without a carrier partner.
  10. Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino acknowledges fans before the unveiling of his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California, US, December 21, 2015. Photo: Reuters LOS ANGELES: Director Quentin Tarantino said a car crash that seriously injured Uma Thurman on the set of Kill Bill was one of ?the biggest regrets of his life?, but denied that he forced the actress to carry it out. Thurman ? who appeared in three Tarantino movies ? told the New York Times in a Saturday article that she felt Tarantino had tried to kill her in the 2003 crash, which crushed her knees and left her with a concussion. Thurman also released video of the crash from the set of the martial arts movie, leading to harsh criticism of Tarantino on social and mainstream media. Responding in an interview with Hollywood website Deadline.com on Monday, Tarantino said Thurman?s car crashed because there was an unseen curve in the road. ?Watching her fight for the wheel. ... remembering me hammering about how it was safe and she could do it. Emphasizing that it was a straight road, a straight road. ... the fact that she believed me, and I literally watched this little S curve pop up. And it spins her like a top,? Tarantino said. ?It was heartbreaking. Beyond one of the biggest regrets of my career, it is one of the biggest regrets of my life,? he added. Tarantino denied ignoring Thurman?s anxiety about driving but acknowledged he had been mistaken about the safety of the road. ?I didn?t force her into the car. She got into it because she trusted me,? he said. Tarantino said he and Thurman reconciled years ago and had talked since the New York Times story was published. ?Uma was in turmoil about the uprising against me this weekend. ... She never meant this to roll over onto me,? he told Deadline. The Oscar-winning director also said that incidents ? when he spat on Thurman and choked her with a chain ? were part of the filming process for Kill Bill and were carried out with her consent to make the scenes realistic. Thurman said on her Instagram account on Monday that she was proud of Tarantino for making the crash video available to her after 15 years, saying he did so ?with full knowledge it could cause him personal harm?. Thurman?s account of the car crash overshadowed her accusations of sexual misconduct by Harvey Weinstein, who produced Kill Bill and Pulp Fiction. Weinstein?s lawyer on Saturday acknowledged the producer ?making an awkward pass? in 1994 but said Thurman?s accusations of an attempted physical assault were false.
  11. The world's most powerful rocket, SpaceX's Falcon Heavy, blasted off on Tuesday on its highly anticipated maiden test flight, carrying CEO Elon Musk's cherry red Tesla Roadster toward an orbit near Mars. With this debut, the Falcon Heavy becomes the most capable launch vehicle out there. © YouTube The SpaceX CEO said the challenges of developing the new rocket meant the chances of a successful first outing might be only 50-50. "I had this image of just a giant explosion on the pad, a wheel bouncing down the road. But fortunately, that's not what happened," Musk told reporters after the event. Such performance is slightly more than double that of the world's next most powerful rocket, the Delta IV Heavy - but at one-third of the cost, according to Musk. © YouTube The rocket carried a playful payload: Mr Musk's red Roadster, an electric sports car built by his other company, Tesla. Strapped inside the car is a mannequin wearing one of SpaceX's spacesuits. They are expected to orbit the sun for hundreds of millions of years. SpaceX's webcast showed the Tesla Roadster soaring into space, as David Bowie's "Space Oddity" played in the background -- with the words "DON'T PANIC" visible on the dashboard, in an apparent nod to the sci-fi series "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy." Musk said that he expects the Tesla to zoom around in orbit for hundreds of millions of years. “At times it will come extremely close to Mars,” he said. “And there's a tiny chance that it will hit Mars. Extremely tiny.” © YouTube The initial Falcon Heavy launch put the sports car into Earth's orbit for six hours, where it beamed its view of the globe. At 9:30 pm ET, the re-firing of a booster rocket sent the car on its way to Mars' orbit, passing SpaceX's headquarters in Hawthorne, California, just south of Los Angeles. NASA is currently building a heavy-lift rocket of its own, the Space Launch System, or SLS, that will surpass the Heavy in lift-off and payload capacity and is supposed to someday return humans to the moon. But the first flight of the SLS is expected to take place in late 2019, and delays could push that even further. So SpaceX seems to be holding onto the record for quite some time to come. At an estimated $90 million per launch, the Falcon Heavy is the cheapest heavy-lift launch option for potential customers ranging from commercial satellite companies to even NASA.
  12. Rasual Butler, a hard-working swingman who carved out a 13-year NBA career, died Wednesday in a car crash/Getty Images LOS ANGELES: Former NBA player Rasual Butler and his wife, Leah LaBelle, were killed in a pre-dawn single vehicle crash in Los Angeles on Wednesday, authorities said. Butler, 38, and the 31-year-old LaBelle both died at the scene after the roll-over accident reported at 2:30 am in the suburb of Studio City, Los Angeles police said. Police said Butler lost control of his Range Rover, which struck three parking meters and hit a wall before flipping over twice. Butler was drafted by the Miami Heat in the second round of the 2002 NBA draft. He went on to play for the Heat, Hornets, Clippers, Bulls, Raptors, Pacers, Wizards and Spurs from 2002 to 2016. LaBelle, a Canadian-born singer, was a contestant on the reality television show "American Idol" in 2004. The couple lived in Studio City. "The LA Clippers are deeply saddened by the loss of Rasual Butler and his wife, Leah LaBelle," the team said in a statement. "Rasual will long be remembered not only for his accomplishments on the court, but for his vibrant personality, positive outlook and the compassion he had for everyone around him." Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat also issued statements offering condolences. "Our entire organization is deeply saddened after learning of the death of Rasual Butler and his wife, Leah LaBelle," the Pacers said. " In his one season with us, Rasual was the consummate team player and a great role model for our younger players on how a professional should prepare and act, while being a positive influence on everyone who associated with him."
  13. From the day Sanjay Leela Bhansali announced his movie 'Padmavati' to this date when it finally saw its release (after numerous cuts and CGI cover up) as 'Padmaavat'; the trajectory of this movie has been far from being a smooth sail. And one of the biggest obstacles in its path is the Karni Sena, who have been constantly demanding a ban on the movie's release. © vaicom 18 motion pictures Fresh controversies kept on brewing as we inched closer to the release date, and such was the terror of Karni Sena that 'Padmaavat' makers had to cover Deepika Padukone's midriff using CGI in the 'Ghoomar' song. It's funny how people got triggered so easily by something that they haven't even seen yet. We guess one will have to now think twice before calling India a democratic country because clearly freedom of expression has gone for a toss. © vaicom 18 motion pictures The Karni Sena is leaving no stone unturned in giving their protest a nasty and violent face, glimpses of which we saw last evening when they burned down vehicles, attacked a school bus WITH children in them and vandalized different places and properties across the country. While things have taken a nasty turn and has wrapped the whole country under an invisible garb of tension, people, however, couldn't help but laugh at the irony of the result of Karni Sena's own actions. © Twitter Yesterday, a group of Karni Sena members gathered at Jyoti Talkies Square in Bhopal, to protest against the movie's release. Yes, just another day. But amidst the vandalism, they burnt down a Maruti Swift car parked nearby. However, it turns out that they mistakenly burnt the car of their own group member, Surendra Singh Chauhan. Talking to PTI, Bhopal DIG Dharmendra Choudhary said, “A car caught fire during the protests. It is a matter of investigation whether the vehicle was torched or it caught fire. We have detained three protestors from Jyoti Talkies Square in this connection.” Although it is still unknown if the car was torched or it caught fire during the protest, Twitter was already left in splits and couldn't help but say that Karma is indeed a b***h. Karhi Sena so smart that they torch their own fellows car...are these Rajputs Karni Sena or bunch of drug addicts https://t.co/bwTkY4lOCe — Scorpion (@utterlybutterly) January 25, 2018 And thus a car committed jauhar to protect the Rajput pride.#SelfImmolation#IndiaWithPadmaavat@sanjayuvachahttps://t.co/9A6eRBym5D — Aditya Shrivastava (@ShriShriAditya) January 25, 2018 Itne duffer hain yeh log! Hahahahaha https://t.co/0k2KGwcDDg — Atul Khatri (@one_by_two) January 24, 2018 By setting fire to the car belonging to one of its own goondas, Karni Sena has proven it is ready to give AAPTARDS and Congressis a stiff competition in terms of STUPIDITY. — Rupa Murthy (@ProudBhagavathi) January 25, 2018 Hadd hai...ganja pi ke protest kar rahe the ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ — Kiuð (@BeautifulKiu) January 24, 2018 Karni Sena men unknowingly set a fellow activist's car on fire in Bhopal. Jaisi Karni vaisi Bharni. #HAAHAHHAHHAHAHA#Padmavaat #KarniSena — Nidhi Vijay Sharma (@nidhi_ism) January 25, 2018
  14. BENGHAZI: A double car bombing in the east Libyan city of Benghazi on Tuesday left at least 22 people dead and 30 wounded, including senior security figures, according to officials and a Reuters witness. The first explosion struck outside a mosque in Benghazi?s central Al Salmani district as worshippers were leaving evening prayers. Some 10 to 15 minutes later ? after security and health officials had arrived on the scene ? a second, more powerful blast was detonated from a Mercedes parked on the opposite side of the street, hitting an ambulance and causing a higher number of casualties. The victims included both military personnel and civilians, officials said. One of those killed was Ahmed al-Feitouri of the investigation and arrest unit attached to the general command of east Libyan security forces. Mahdi al-Fellah ? an intelligence official ? was wounded. It was not immediately clear who was responsible. Benghazi was the scene of more than three years of warfare from 2014 until late last year, as forces loyal to eastern-based commander Khalifa Haftar battled extremists and other opponents. There were a number of bombings during the latter stages of the conflict targeting figures linked to Haftar?s Libyan National Army (LNA). LNA claimed control of its rivals? final holdout in the port city in December. The fighting in Benghazi was part of a broader conflict that developed in Libya after former ruler Muammar Gaddafi was removed from power and killed in a NATO-backed uprising in 2011.
  15. A vehicle that ran over some people at Copacabana beach is seen in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, January 19, 2018. REUTERS/Lucas Landau RIO DE JANEIRO: At least 11 people were reportedly wounded when a vehicle ploughed into pedestrians here at a popular tourist spot early Friday morning, Brazilian police said. A black hatchback drove into a sidewalk near Rio de Janeiro's tourist-packed Copacabana promenade early morning, ramming into people and injuring many. "A person lost control of his vehicle... running over at least 11 people", a Rio military police spokesman told AFP, adding that initial information did not suggest it was an intentional attack. According to firefighters, one of the victims of the accident was seriously hurt. A video on social media depicts people strewn around in the sand right after the crash. Further, beaches are way more crowded than usual since the Carnival season is about to start. Local police commander Colonel Angelotti said the black Hyundai i30's driver allegedly suffered an epileptic attack, stopping only after reaching the sands of the world-famous beach, according to global news outlet RT. The publication noted that authorities recovered "a box of medication inside the vehicle". The driver was later shifted to a medical facility, Angelotti said. Gabriel Ferrando of the local police precinct said, "My staff did not notice evidence of drunkenness, but he will undergo tests at the Medical-Legal Institute," as per a report in Oglobo, and that the driver ? who has been taken into custody ? said his epilepsy caused a "blackout". Among the wounded are four children and a baby, local news reported. ?This is a developing story and will be updated as more information is made available
  16. You're never too cool to eat "bhutta" during the monsoon and there will come a time when you'll see it being roasted on the roadside, to which you'll instinctively roll your car window down and garishly yell at the vendor to have a freshly masala-d one sent to you. Should we put a spoke in your wheel though? Did you know that if you were driving the GAC Enverge, you'll probably be forced to skip the "bhutta" unless you decided to get out of the car and get it yourself-- it looks like you can't roll down the car windows in the Chinese automaker's ridiculous concept! How will you ever ash your cigarette outside the car, waiting for an epiphany wave to wash over you while listening to "Bittersweet Symphony". Welcome to the future, it looks bleak: boo fricken' hoo, no window roll downs for you! © AP It appears that the car windows have VR screens in-built for infotainment. Does that mean you'll probably not even see the "butta"? If you have the screens on? Probably. Bummer. Mind you, the car is a beauty queen with a shiny disposition and a body so rounded that Beyonce would suffer a bruised ego! The head and tail lamps are what could give the city lights at Madison Square, a run for their money. That's what will attract you to it, in the first place. Is giving up bhutta a small price to pay for this piece of art? Probably not. © AP Car windows aside, the car in itself may be a little "meh", even if in its concept stages. It's a crossover in a time of clear classifications-- either a sedan or an SUV for you, not many appreciate the middle. We love the dihedral doors and the snazzy air intakes but that's not enough to make it user compatible! © AP Now, look at the dash, for instance-- minimal, in a world where there is an information overload, and the acid green glow on it is definitely not its most charming feature. The dodgy looking rectangular steering is not enough to redeem the poorly done interiors, either. What about the powertrain? It's a current-arian, alright, an all-electric vehicle capable of doing nearly 600km on a full charge. But, the Chinese automakers threw in some fancy engineering by giving it a fast charge range of up to 385km in merely 10 minutes. That is something you could give up the "bhutta" for, if green energy is what you swear by. © AP Could you challenge someone to a quick straight line in the vehicle? Can't say, but we'll know in the latter half of 2019 because that's when the brand claims it will make its first deliveries. Ok GAC, we'll put the "bhutta" dilemma aside and wait for the Enverge production variant to make it worth the sacrifice (if we sacrifice it, that is) Just check out the reveal:
  17. Bitcoin hit all time high when its value surged at an exponential rate and it naturally attracted people who wanted to make a quick buck. Mining Bitcoin utilises a lot of energy and has been criticised due to the potential damage it can cause to our environment. According to a video posted by World Star Hip Hop, a man has taken mining Bitcoin to the next level. © BCCL The man has apparently turned his car into a Bitcoin mining machine that is equipped with a number of smartphones and tablets. The video was posted by a user named Abdul and shows the inside of the man's car that is engulfed with at least 20 devices. One cannot really see, from the video, whether each device is being used for mining Bitcoin, however, even if it is being used for the above mentioned purposes, it sure as hell would be a slow process. © YouTube As mentioned before, Bitcoin utilises a lot of energy when mined and according to some researchers, it eats up about 39.84 terawatt-hours. That is equivalent to the same energy that the entire country of Hungary consumes. A Bitcoin transaction uses at least 320 Killiwatt hours of energy which is half as much an average household would use in a month in the United States. Apart from high energy, Bitcoin also requires high-processing power, which is currently not possible by a single device. It requires a powerful CPU and GPU in order to mine cryptocurrency efficiently which cannot be provided by smartphones at the moment. You can check out the video below to see how this man mined Bitcoin while driving on the road: Source: World Star Hip Hop
  18. A car hit a centre divider, went airborne and ploughed into the second floor of a dentist's office – this is honestly something you don't see every day. © Twitter You might have already seen this picture floating around the internet, and if your first thought about this bizarre incident was – – then we have some answers, kind of; the whole thing is still pretty weird. So basically, this freak incident took place in Southern California where a white sedan somehow managed to get partially wedged into the second floor of a building, and stayed there for hours. Is this real life, or just a scene out of a movie? According to Capt. Stephen Horner, a spokesman for the Orange County Fire Authority, officials received a call about a crash in Santa Ana, California, at about 5:30 a.m. Reportedly, the car was at a really high speed and hit the concrete median. Horner said that the driver, who was apparently on drugs, was not driving parallel to the divider. Coming from a side street, the car slammed into the median and the impact was enough to make car 'fly' into the air and crash into the small office building. There was also a small fire but it was extinguished immediately. Amazingly, no one was hurt. Out of the two people in the car, one managed to get out quickly but the other one was trapped for around an hour as authorities used a heavy piece of equipment to stabilize the vehicle, Horner said. After that, both of them were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. Wow, that was wild from the start to the finish, wasn't it? A speeding car was left dangling off the second floor of a building in Santa Ana after it hit a median and went airborne. https://t.co/YKTMdRWqTV pic.twitter.com/oWOqeBWcja — NBC Los Angeles (@NBCLA) January 14, 2018 As if the story wasn't crazy enough, there's a video of it also and you just NEED to watch it to understand what happened. Unbelievable new surveillance video shows a car hitting a median and launching into the second story of a Santa Ana dentist office. Driver and passenger transported with minor injuries. @NBCLA @ChristineNBCLA pic.twitter.com/Yw4poZXUNR — Kenny Holmes (@KHOLMESlive) January 15, 2018 As soon as the pictures and videos from the incident landed on the internet, they went viral, well obviously. This is such a rare occurrence that people couldn't help themselves but poke fun at it and crack jokes. 'The Simpsons' Can Predict Everything. pic.twitter.com/rjyM1379k7 — Christopher Roy K (@cdeuce33) January 14, 2018 Damn Ron, Back At It Again. RON WEASLEY BACK AT IT AGAIN WITH THE FLYING CAR https://t.co/VyfCKD6GEC — :The Charls of Water (@ChRD_2017) January 14, 2018 How It Really Happened. Left, Right, Left, Left, Triangle, Circle, Circle, Square, Down, Down, Up - Flying Car Mode Activated #GTA3 https://t.co/mPdvekZ57O — Loleni Taufetee (@Lolenii) January 14, 2018 Another Possibility. - bae come over - I can't. I'm in flying car and can't land it - my parents aren't home - pic.twitter.com/0fTsO8sZxr — ÐгаÑеÑа (@iceking_kpst) January 15, 2018 What Exactly Happened. When Salmam bhai took 'Unchi hai building lift teri band hai, kaise main aaoo' too seriously pic.twitter.com/JTSPAXu8fJ — Indian National Con (@desimojito) January 15, 2018
  19. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/db74210a025637c05706f12637cb9466.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MS8xNS8yMDE4IDc6MDM6NDMgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1YV3Y5VXFIbDJkRWdSZDNjR2w1Wk5nPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] UPPER DIR: Four people, including three women and a child, were killed after a call fell into a ditch in Upper Dir Monday morning. The car accident occurred near Siyasan area of Upper Dir, according to the police. The injured were taken to a nearby hospital, where they all succumbed to their wounds. The police said that the accident occurred due to speeding. The deceased have yet to be identified. On January 12, at least six people were killed and 26 injured when a bus fell into a ditch in Kashmir's Poonch town. Six dead, 26 injured after bus falls into ditch in Azad Kashmir The accident occurred when the bus skidded on icy surface: police According to details provided by the area police, the Forward Kahuta-bound bus from Rawalpindi skidded on an icy surface. Police have not yet given details of the deceased and injured to the press. Rescue teams arrived at the site of the accident and carried out relief activities. The local administration has been directed to extend maximum cooperation to relief agencies by the Azad Kashmir state government. On August 14 last year, 22 people died and 20 were injured when a bus met the same fate. The accident occurred near Janjal Mor.
  20. Steve Jobs – the Apple Giant – was an American tech-visionary, entrepreneur, inventor, business magnate and industrial designer. He was the chairman, CEO, and co-founder of Apple Inc. – a brand that revolutionized the way we live. He was also a majority shareholder at Pixar Animation Studios – a Walt Disney Company. Despite his boundless success, Jobs lived quite a modest life. He lived in a simple house in the neighborhood of Palo Alto, with an open driveway. He kept himself rooted and never let success get to his head. He was a genius man who led an ordinary life. However, he had a unique hobby, related to his cars. © nextweb Jobs was pretty infamous for his liking for the slot of the parking lot dedicated to the differently-abled. He was also considered an outlaw for driving around in his favorite car – silver Mercedes SL55 AMG, with a blank license plate. Yes! You read that right. There was no number plate on Jobs' car! It has been a mystery as to how he managed to drive a number-less car. Questions surrounding this weird penchant and how he pulled it off have always been flowing around on social media. Speculations like “he paid the fine every time he was caught” or “he had some special leverages granted by the Government of California” have been around. Some people have even gone to the extent of assuming that since he was stinking rich, maybe he bought a new car every month to keep up with his acquired taste for blank number plates! Well, no matter the inconsistent theories, we have solved this mystery for you. We all know that Jobs was a genius. This brainiac had somehow found a loophole in the 'California Vehicle Code' – the state rulebook containing traffic laws. And, it was through this loophole that he managed to drive a numberless number plate car without actually breaking the law. © autoblog According to the 'California Vehicle Code', any person who owns a brand new car has a time limit of six months to get a registered number plate and fix it to the vehicle. So, Jobs made an official arrangement with the car company where he could change cars after the completion of sixth months of the lease. This enabled him to exchange his old silver Mercedes SL55 AMG for another new one every time. Hence, he actually never broke laws as he was not required to use any number plate for his car during the given period!
  21. Some of the technologies used in autonomous cars have been adopted in products unveiled at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Photo: AFP LAS VEGAS: Self-driving cars may take a while to arrive, but the self-driving suitcase is here now. Some of the technologies used in autonomous cars have been adopted in products unveiled at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, to help travellers with the weighty problem of dealing with baggage. The "robot suitcase" from California-based startup Travelmate can be controlled with a smartphone app and can roll alongside its owner at speeds up to 11 kilometres (6.8 miles) per hour, navigating around obstacles. "This is really a robot which follows you around," said Travelmate founder and president Maximillian Kovtun. Travelmate designed the device -- which integrates elements of artificial intelligence -- to roll at a pace that matches that of the user, or it can be directed with the smartphone app in the same manner as a drone. Priced at around $1,100, it is slated to roll out in February for the US market, and later in Europe and Japan. A competing offering from ForwardX, a Chinese startup with offices in California, is designed to be used with facial recognition, without the need for a smartphone application. "It uses computer vision and a driving algorithm to have a clear path," said founder Nicholas Chee, who showed a prototype at CES. The ForwardX suitcase also has gesture control technology and can be immobilized to protect against theft. Chee said he expects the launch in mid-2018 at a price under $1,000. Both Travelmate and ForwardX say their devices comply with US safety regulations because their lithium-ion batteries, banned in checked luggage, can be removed. Also shown at CES was an auto-following suitcase from China-based 90FUN, which has been available in the Chinese market and is soon coming to America. It uses self-balancing technology from the personal transport maker Segway. And finally, for the weariest of travellers, a luggage product called the Modobag, which lacks artificial intelligence but offers a sizeable perk instead: as a ride-on suitcase which can carry its owner along with their clothes.
  22. KARACHI: A man died in a car accident in the metropolis' area of Gulbai on early Thursday morning, informed rescue sources. Meanwhile, two suspects involved in street crimes were arrested by the law enforcement authorities near Nazimabad underpass and Sharafi Goth respectively. The suspect from Nazimabad was arrested after he was injured in a police raid. Separately, two groups exchanged fire in a clash at the wedding of the nephew of Member National Assembly Afzal Khokhar; as many as two people, including Khokhar's relative, were killed and eight injured in the firing. PPP representative in Lala Musa General Councillor Chaudhry Zulfiqar along with his driver was critically injured after unknown suspects fired on his car.
  23. LAHORE: Police have registered a case against a man for running over two police officials in the Defence area, resulting in the death of one. The suspect is the driver of the car owner. The policemen, Mustansar and Qasim, were performing their duties at a picket when the speeding car ran them over, resulting in the instant death of the former and inflicting serious injuries on Qasim. The injured policeman is under treatment at a hospital. A CCTV footage which has captured the incident shows the personnel attempting to run for their lives, as the car takes a sharp turn towards them while apparently trying to take over a car parked ahead of it at the picket.
  24. Firefighters tackle a fire during a serious blaze in a multi-storey car park in Liverpool, Britain, December 31, 2017. REUTERS LIVERPOOL: Firefighters in the northern English city of Liverpool were battling a huge fire at a car park on Sunday that destroyed hundreds of vehicles and prompted the evacuation of multiple buildings in the surrounding area. Police said all cars inside the multi-storey Kings Dock car park, which has a capacity of 1,600 vehicles, had been destroyed, and owners should contact their insurance companies. An international horse show that had been scheduled to take place at the Liverpool Echo Arena, next to the car park, was canceled. Organizers said all people and horses involved were safe. The Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service said initial investigations indicated that an accidental fire within one vehicle had caused others to ignite. Firefighters equipped with breathing equipment were still fighting the blaze six hours after they were called to the scene. Liverpool City Council opened a reception center for people who were unable to get home because of the blaze. The city?s mayor, Joe Anderson, visited the scene, which he described on Twitter as a major incident. ?The people of Liverpool never let us down with their generosity and everyone has now been accommodated or given a lift. A big thank you to everyone who called to offer help,? he said.
  25. A forensic technician ties a used police line together to seal off a crime scene in Monterrey, Mexico, February 8, 2012. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril/Files MEXICO CITY: Ten people died and two were injured in a car crash and fire on the southwestern Mexican coast near the tourist hotspot of Acapulco, the nation?s civil protection agency said on Saturday. In the accident late Friday, two cars and a motorcycle collided on the highway between Acapulco and beach city Zihuatanejo in the state of Guerrero, the civil protection communications centre said. The centre said it did not know whether there were any foreigners among the victims. Guerrero?s civil protection agency said a one-year-old and four-year-old were killed in the accident, and that others who died ranged from 26 to 76 years old. The wounded survivors are aged 8 and 18. The highway along the Pacific Coast is typically busier than usual at year-end when tourists flock to beaches for vacations. Last week a dozen tourists ? including US, Brazilian, Canadian, and Swedish citizens ? were killed when their bus crashed and flipped over on a highway in the Yucatan peninsula state of Quintana Roo, where many popular tourist sites are located.