Japan's airbag giant Takata files for bankruptcy
The deal includes a $25 million criminal fine, a $125 million victim compensation fund and $850 million to be paid to automakers. Over 100 million cars fitted with the unsafe airbags have since been recalled, however an unknown number are still on the road.
Zverev To Face Federer At Halle Open
Zverev, who beat Federer in the Halle semifinals last year, fell to 3-1 in finals this year. Zverev, a young rising star in men's singles, had a strong week at the tournament.
The Tulsa World reports that a pipe bomb caused the explosion. The bomb also pierced the canopy over the office. "But it's quite ironic that that happened".
The blast took place around 10.30pm local time (4.30pm GMT) in Bixby, which lies around 15 miles to the south of Tulsa. The FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives responded to the incident shortly after.
"It's a little bit comforting that they didn't want to kill anybody", FBI Special Agent Jessi Rice said at a press conference.
Investigators have reportedly indicated such a designation can not occur until a suspect or a motive becomes known.
Gold Moves Up, Germany Awaits G20 Steel Talk
Juncker said that Europe expects to increase its exports to Japan by a third after trade barriers drop away. In a speech to her Parliament last week she declared, in an unmistakable allusion to Mr.
COP condemns UNESCO vote on Hebron
She would not comment on whether Hebron had been recognised as Palestinian, saying the exact wording would be decided later. A few days prior, the World Heritage Committee passed a resolution denying Israeli claims to the Old City of Jerusalem .
Lendl declares Murray will defend his title
Last year, Andy and Jamie became the first brothers to top the world rankings in singles and doubles at the same time . The Czech, 27, suffered lacerations to her playing hand and it was feared she might never play again.
7 still hospitalized after London mosque attack
The Muslim Council tweeted that worshippers were struck by a van as they were leaving prayers near the Finsbury Park mosque. Britain's political establishment equated the incident with two recent terror attacks on Westminster and London bridges .