Corporate Dispatch Daily Newsfeed Roundup

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These are the salient news reviewed and covered today.

Scientists Believe Loch Ness Monster Most Likely Is A Giant Eel

Northern Bahamas Ravaged By ‘Disaster Of Epic Proportions’ As UN Releases $1 Million In Emergency Funds

Yahoo Mail Down As Site Crashes

Erdogan Says It’s Unacceptable That Turkey Can’t Have Nuclear Weapons, Warns May Open Gates For Migrants To Europe

British PM’s Brother Jo Johnson Resigns As MP And Minister

Eurojust Launches Judicial Counter-Terrorism Register

US Lifts Ban On Old-Style Light Bulbs

Eurojust Launches Judicial Counter-Terrorism Register

Princess Charlotte, 4, Starts School

Statement By WHO Director-General On Facebook And Instagram And Vaccine Misinformation

Final EU Call To All EU Citizens And Businesses To Prepare For Brexit

Italy Nominates Gentiloni For The European Commission

Facebook Confirms 419 Million Phone Numbers Exposed In Latest Privacy Lapse

New Italian Government Sworn In

North Korea Tells UN To Cut International Aid Staff

Suicide Attack Targets Checkpoint In Downtown Kabul

Suicide Attack Targets Checkpoint In Downtown Kabul

Brazilian Footballer Marcos Cafu’s Son Dies Of Heart Attack While Playing Football At Home

Deutsche Telekom 5G Network Goes Live In 5 German Cities

French Cardinal Roger Etchegaray Dies Aged 96

YouTube To Pay $170M Fine After Violating Children’s Privacy Law

Hong Kong’s Lam Says Hopes Extradition Bill’s Withdrawal Will Help Solve Crisis

Michigan Becomes First US State To Ban Flavoured E-Cigarettes

New Zealand Measles Outbreak Rises Above 1,000 Cases

Train Crash In Japan’s Second-Largest City

Man Arrested On The Main Altar Of St Peter’s In The Vatican

Pope Francis Welcomed In Mozambique

Facial Recognition Can Be Legally Used By Police Forces In The UK

Iran Takes A Further Step Away From Nuclear Deal

Former First Lady Of Honduras Sentenced To 58 Years In Jail

Xenophobic Attacks In South Africa Sparks Riots In Nigeria And Zambia

Hurricane Dorian Heads To The US, At Least 20 Dead In The Bahamas

Bill Designed To Stop No-Deal Expected To Complete Its Passage Through The Lords


New Italian coalition government formed by M5S and center-left PD
Italy’s Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte rings the bell that traditionally opens the meeting of the cabinet at Chigi Palace in Rome, Italy, 05 September 2019. Conte’s new government is a coalition between the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement (M5S) and the center-left Democratic Party (PD) that will have 21 ministers, 10 from the M5S, nine from the PD and one from the small leftwing Free and Equal (LeU) party, media reported. EPA-EFE/MAURIZIO BRAMBATTI
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