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Calais migrants: Clashes ahead of 'Jungle' closure

French police clash with migrants outside the port of Calais at the camp known as the Jungle, which is scheduled to be closed on Monday.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 9:48 pm

Syria war: Aleppo ceasefire ends with clashes

Heavy clashes are reported in the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo soon after a three-day ceasefire ended late on Saturday.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 8:33 pm

US election: Trump outlines plan for first 100 days

Donald Trump outlines what he would do in his first 100 days if became president, including moves to start deporting up to two million people.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 7:55 pm

Pirate radio risks death to fight ISIS on airwaves

Not far from Mohamad Al Mawsily's studio, fierce battles are raging to oust ISIS from the northern city of Mosul. But from his secret location, the young Iraqi businessman is waging another war against the militants on a daily basis. Less bloody? Yes. But, still potentially lethal.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 6:23 pm

Egyptian General Who Led Counterterrorism in Sinai Assassinated in Cairo - Haaretz

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Egyptian General Who Led Counterterrorism in Sinai Assassinated in Cairo
Security sources believe the killing of Brig. Gen. Adel Rajaei outside his home in a suburb of the Cairo may be revenge for his military role. Jack Khoury. Oct 22, 2016 7:00 PM. 0comments Print Zen Subscribe now · Shareshare on facebook · Tweet · send ...
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Posted: October 22, 2016, 4:52 pm

Cameroon train crash death toll continues to rise - Toronto Sun

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Cameroon train crash death toll continues to rise
Toronto Sun
ESEKA, Cameroon — The death toll from an overloaded train that derailed in Cameroon has risen, rescue workers and hospital staff said Saturday, estimating that at least 73 people had been killed. Bodies were strewn along the tracks as workers ...
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Posted: October 22, 2016, 4:02 pm

Egyptian court upholds Morsi's 20-year jail sentence - Toronto Star

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Egyptian court upholds Morsi's 20-year jail sentence
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Saturday's ruling is the first final verdict against ousted President Mohammed Morsi for his role in the killing of protesters in December 2012. Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, wearing a red jumpsuit that designates he has been sentenced to ...
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Posted: October 22, 2016, 4:02 pm

American vigilante hacker sends Russia a warning

Posted: October 22, 2016, 3:53 pm

Hairless hamster gets new sweater as winter approaches

A tiny hamster born without any fur in the US state of Oregon gets a custom-made sweater to stay warm this winter.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 3:51 pm

Trump speech to lay out first 100 days plan - CTV News

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Trump speech to lay out first 100 days plan
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GETTYSBURG, Pa. -- Donald Trump is pushing ahead with a to-do list for the first 100 days of a Trump administration even as his path to the White House narrows. Beset by weeks of controversy, the Republican presidential nominee is trying to shift ...
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Posted: October 22, 2016, 3:34 pm

'Smart' home devices used as weapons in website attack

Hackers used internet-connected home devices, such as printers and web cameras, to attack popular websites on Friday, security analysts say.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 3:33 pm

Mosul battle: Hundreds treated over toxic fumes in Iraq

Hundreds of people in Iraq are treated for the effects of toxic gases after a sulphur plant is set alight in fighting with IS militants.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 3:09 pm

Philippines to keep close ties with US, but will not be subservient: officials -

Philippines to keep close ties with US, but will not be subservient: officials
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Friday he was not severing ties with the United States, but wanted to "separate" Manila's foreign policy from that of Washington. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff ...
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Posted: October 22, 2016, 3:04 pm

Are creepy clowns fuelled by public's boredom with zombies and vampires? - Toronto Sun

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Are creepy clowns fuelled by public's boredom with zombies and vampires?
Toronto Sun
It hasn't been a kind news cycle for people with a deep fear of clowns. Creepy clown sightings on both sides of the Atlantic have led to bans on clown masks and endless questions about why anyone thinks it's a good idea to dress up as a clown and scare ...
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Posted: October 22, 2016, 2:58 pm

Somalia pirates' hostages freed after five years

Twenty-six men held hostage by Somali pirates for nearly five years have been released, international mediators say.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 2:55 pm

Australian swimmer thanks fan who raised alarm over mole

Australian Olympic gold medalist Mack Horton has paid tribute to a fan who spotted a suspicious mole on the swimmer's chest and urged him to get it checked out.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 2:27 pm

Everest's first woman climber Junko Tabei dies at 77

The first woman to ascend Everest, Japanese climber Junko Tabei, dies aged 77, her family say.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 2:14 pm

Iraqi forces push toward Mosul after Daesh assault on Kirkuk - Toronto Star

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Iraqi forces push toward Mosul after Daesh assault on Kirkuk
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The Iraqi army pushed into the town of Hamdaniyah, 20 kilometres from Mosul, and raised the flag over its central government compound. Iraqi forces close in on Mosul. ▷. Play. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Remaining Time -0:00. Stream Type ...
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Posted: October 22, 2016, 2:05 pm

Bob Dylan's Nobel silence 'impolite and arrogant'

Bob Dylan's failure to acknowledge his Nobel Prize in literature is "impolite and arrogant", according to a member of the body that awards it.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 1:22 pm

Ceta talks: EU hopes to unblock Canada trade deal

The EU Parliament president says he is optimistic that a trade deal between the EU and Canada can be signed despite last-minute obstacles.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 12:51 pm

Safe big yellow buses: Week highlights importance, responsibility of keeping kids safe - Winona Daily News

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Safe big yellow buses: Week highlights importance, responsibility of keeping kids safe
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For Winona-area schools and bus transportation companies, students' safety is the top priority. Bus Safety Week highlights that importance, as well as publicizes precautions everyone can take to ensure the highest level of student safety. Bus safety ...
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Posted: October 22, 2016, 12:49 pm

3,300 migrants rescued off Libyan coast

Rescuers came to the aid of 3,300 migrants and refugees off the coast of Libya on Friday, the Italian coast guard said.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 12:49 pm

US destroyer sails in South China Sea to make a point

A US Navy guided-missile destroyer, the USS Decatur, sailed through the South China Sea on Friday in a freedom of navigation operation intended to send a blunt message to China.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 12:38 pm

Russian Mi-8 helicopter crashes in Siberia, killing 19

A Russian helicopter carrying 22 people crashes in north-western Siberia, killing at least 19 people, officials say.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 12:31 pm

Drone captures rare whale footage

Canadian scientists use drones to capture rare whale footage in the Arctic.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 12:27 pm

Hope remains for CETA, although Belgium's Walloon region still opposes trade pact


The Belgian region of Wallonia has affirmed it's not ready to support a trade deal between the 28-nation European Union and Canada, but a top EU official is still hoping the standoff can be resolved within days.

Posted: October 22, 2016, 12:03 pm

Thailand presses Google over online royal insults

Google will help remove online content insulting the Thai monarchy following the death of King Bhumibol, the country's deputy PM says.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 11:34 am

Duterte: We're not really severing ties with US

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has clarified his comments that seemed to call for a split from the United States, saying he was advocating a "separation of foreign policy" rather than "a severance of ties."
Posted: October 22, 2016, 11:24 am

Yazidi female slaves moved from Mosul

Dozens of Yazidi women captured and enslaved by ISIS in 2014 have been moved from the Iraqi city of Mosul to Syria, according to the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 11:18 am

IS militants killed as Iraqi flag raised

SECURITY forces have overcome a big assault by Islamic State militants in Kirkuk and regained control of the northern Iraqi oil city, state TV reports.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 10:34 am

In pictures

Pictures of the Pope's summer residence in Castel Gandolfo near Rome, as it opens its doors to the public for the first time.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 10:13 am

Protest over 'toxic' UN Wonder Woman role

United Nations workers have spoken out against the decision to make Wonder Woman an honorary ambassador.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 10:11 am

Iraqi forces push into town near Mosul after ISIS assault on Kirkuk


Iraqi forces pushed into a town to the southeast of the Islamic State-held city of Mosul on Saturday after a wave of militant attacks in and around the northern city of Kirkuk set off more than 24 hours of heavy clashes, with ongoing skirmishes in some areas.

Posted: October 22, 2016, 10:01 am

Aus can’t escape this conflict

MANY Aussies remain concerned about the rise of China, but our country’s purpose in the South China Sea is quite important.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 9:06 am

What the WikiLeaks emails show, and why they haven't sunk Clinton


WikiLeaks has brought shades of Cold War subterfuge to the U.S. presidential campaign, publishing documents that in any other election might have tarnished Hillary Clinton. Here’s a sprinkling of what the emails contain.

Posted: October 22, 2016, 9:00 am

What if Trump doesn’t concede?

HILLARY Clinton’s campaign is preparing for the possibility that Donald Trump may never concede the election should she win.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 8:27 am

Hillary Clinton’s HQ evacuated

POLICE say Hillary Clinton’s campaign headquarters in Brooklyn have been evacuated after a white substance was discovered in an envelope.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 8:06 am

Trump: 'All she wants to do is campaign'

US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has launched a rare attack on Michelle Obama, saying "all she wants to do is campaign" for his rival.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 7:54 am

Clinton campaign receives envelope with suspicious powder - Tulsa World

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Clinton campaign receives envelope with suspicious powder
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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton arrives to board her campaign plane at Westchester County Airport in White Plains, N.Y., Friday, Oct. 21, 2016, to travel to Cleveland for a rally. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik). Posted: Saturday, October 22 ...
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Posted: October 22, 2016, 7:24 am

Captured Islamic State jihadist spills secrets

JIHADISTS staged a brazen raid on the Iraqi city of Kirkuk, but it didn’t quite end as planned — and now one member is revealing why.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 6:52 am

50 killed in Cameroon train crash

About 50 people are dead and 300 others injured after an overloaded train derailed in central Cameroon, authorities said.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 6:35 am

Police arrest 35 suspected members of Long Island Gang after teen's remains found - CTV News

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Police arrest 35 suspected members of Long Island Gang after teen's remains found
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BRENTWOOD, N.Y. - Thirty-five suspected members of a Long Island gang have been arrested amid a string of brutal killings, including the discovery of a teenager's skeletal remains. Jose Pena-Hernandez, 18, was believed to be a member of the MS-13 ...
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Posted: October 22, 2016, 4:26 am

Mexican police chief arrested in connection with missing students

The former police chief of the Mexican city of Iguala -- where 43 students disappeared two years ago -- was arrested Friday in connection with the case, according to Mexico's National Security Commission's official Twitter page. Felipe Flores Vazquez, who had been sought since the students went missing, had been labeled as one of the "probable masterminds" of the disappearance by then-Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam. Karam said in November 2014 that the students were abducted on orders of a local mayor, turned over to a gang who killed them, burned their bodies in a landfill and tossed the remains into a nearby river.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 2:46 am

Teen arrested over London bomb plot

A NINETEEN-year-old man was tasered and arrested by counter-terrorism police, a day after a suspected “explosive device” was found on a London train.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 2:27 am

2 states say 'nyet' to Russia's offer to monitor elections

Louisiana and Oklahoma have said "nyet" to a Russian request to send its diplomats to monitor polling stations on Election Day, according to letters from state officials provided to CNN.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 2:08 am

UN: ISIS is using human shields in Mosul

The United Nations said Friday it is "gravely worried" that ISIS has taken 550 families from villages around Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city, and is using them as "human shields" as Iraqi and Kurdish forces battle the terror group for control of the city.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 1:31 am

Venezuela halts effort to recall president

A drive to hold a recall referendum on Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has been halted, Venezuela's National Electoral Council announced in a statement.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 1:28 am

Sci-fi Iraq

From dome gardens and psychedelic insects to an apocalyptic vision of corpse trading, Iraqi writers imagine their homeland 100 years after the US invasion.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 12:56 am

PM cops a handful of pumpkin seeds

AN activist tackled to the ground after hurling pumpkin seeds at Canada’s PM said she did it because “I didn’t know how else to get my point across”.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 12:52 am

In limbo

Spain's economy is doing perfectly well, but it has been without a government for over 300 days and is eyeing Belgium's record 541 days with no administration.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 12:37 am

Driver-less trucks will be trialed in the UK as platooning

Driver-less trucks will be trialed in the UK as platooning

Driver-less trucks will be trialed in the UK as platooning

The government is expected to confirm that so called, ‘driverless’ trucks will be trialed in the UK.  Generally met with shock and condemnation, what is actually being proposed?

The correct term for the proposed system to be trialled is not ‘driverless trucks’, but ‘platooning’. This is where a series of vehicles use technology to enable drivers to move more closely to each other in convoy than would be safe if he or she were not using them. The UK government has agreed to a limited trial of platooning on a stretch of the M6 in Cumbria, a portion of UK motorway that is relatively quiet with larger sections between junctions.

There is clearly plenty of concern from road safety campaigners and industry bodies concerned for the long term future of lorry driver jobs.

The RAC’s chief engineer, David Bizley said, “One of the main questions is really whether lorry platoons are appropriate for our motorway network, which is why the choice of the M6 in Cumbria for the trials is a good one because the junctions are few and far between and the traffic density is low compared with most stretches of motorway. So while this is a potentially welcome extension to the driverless technology we are seeing trialled in cars, it’s not clear yet whether it is something that would work in practice on the UK’s motorway network.”


Platooning is nothing new – research into these systems started back in 2009 with EU funding – with the SARTRE (Safe Road Trains for the Environment) project. The project tested combinations of cars, coaches and trucks and resulted in some significant fuel savings across the board between ten and twenty percent.

The first public road test took place back in 2012 in Spain involving three cars and a truck with a gap of 18 feet between each vehicle at a speed of 85 km/h, covering some 200 kilometres.

Since this time, platooning has been trialled in Sweden, Germany and in the United States. Road Haulage Association chief executive Richard Burnett commented: “At the outset, it is important to note that these trucks will not be ‘driverless’. Each cab will be manned. As far as we are concerned, this is an issue where the devil lies in the detail.”

Fuel Saving not Driver Saving

There has been plenty of scaremongering in the press that this will be the end of the long-distance lorry driver as we know it.   The platooning system very much needs the driver to be in control, he needs to be able to join and exit the system to continue the journey and deliver the load.  Platooning saves Fuel

The most likely outcome of the test is a significant improvement in fuel consumption or not only vehicles following in the platoon, but also of the lead vehicle.  Additionally, traffic flow should be smoother when sufficient numbers of vehicles are included.

Tests by Scania have shown that convoy driving using truck “platoons” can reduce fuel consumption by up to 12%.  This could mean a fuel saving per vehicle of some 4,000 litres annually.  This would be able to power a typical family car some 35,000 miles.

“On the test track we’ve driven with a distance of about 10 metres between the vehicles, and we were able to achieve a 12% fuel saving for the trailing vehicle,” says Magnus Adolfson, Scania’s Manager for Intelligent Transport Systems. “If you want to get as close as a couple of metres, then you need several automatic systems that also take control of the steering from the driver during the time that the vehicle is in the truck platoon. That’s also something we’re focusing our research on.”

How Does it Work?

The platooning system uses a combination of existing technologies that have been tweaked to make the system as safe and effective as possible.

Sophisticated Cruise Control

Effectively, the system uses an improved ‘advanced adaptive cruise control’ (ACC), a system that we have enjoyed using on cars for many years now.  Rather than setting a desired speed, the driver selects a desired distance from the vehicle in front which is maintained through the use of radar and cameras.

Driver Aids – Autonomous Braking

Legislation that came into force as recently as November 2015 compels all new trucks over 8 tonnes GVW to be fitted with ‘Autonomous Emergency Braking’ systems – AEB for short.  This means that the driver is taken out of the equation if an accident is likely.

These systems have been fitted to trucks (as an option) for a number of years.  They have clearly proven themselves so effective in stopping the vehicle that they have made their way into legislation.

So we have been able to automatically keep our distance from the moving truck in front and automatically come to an emergency stop for some years.  So what’s new?

Steering by Wire

Volvo Truck (well) controlled by a small hamster

Truck steering systems have become more sophisticated with steering columns becoming a thing of the past with ‘drive by wire’ control. These systems have been wonderfully demonstrated by Volvo Trucks in a series of YouTube videos – one involving a hamster steering a truck by running around a wheel attached to the steering wheel and the second showing a small girl controlling a 32 tonne truck using a remote controller.

Volvo (badly) controlled remotely by 4-year old

Technology that steers trucks using electrical inputs is therefore mainstream and used on our roads every day.

Making it Work

Even if platooning can be made to work technically – safely and reliably – it is of no use unless a system is developed to ‘book a vehicle’ into the convoy.  Simply stumbling across a platoon and tagging along cannot be an option. RHA’s Richard Burnett agrees, “In addition to the concerns of the motorist, is platooning practical for the haulier? Does it make operational sense?” The truck makers are already looking at this. To develop a system to coordinate platoons, Sweden’s Scania is focusing on its COMPANION joint research project with KTH Royal Institute of Technology. The next stage of development involves coordinating truck convoys, thereby making the whole logistics system more efficient. Scania’s researchers are designing a system that allows transport managers to input the routes their vehicles will take, with the system then finding joint routes with other operators who can ‘platoon up’.

An additional issue is related to the length of these platoons and how it might affect other road users.  The maximum length of a tractor unit and trailer combination is currently 16.5 metres in the UK.  Add an extra ten metre gap between a platoon of ten vehicles and you get something that is more than a quarter of a kilometre long.  Would the average UK motorist be able to contend with this moving obstruction when turning off a motorway junction? We have all seen most drivers leaving it to the last minute to turn off after accelerating past slower traffic.  This may therefore lead to platooning in the centre lane or lane three.  Not a popular alternative with car drivers.

UK Leading The Way?

The Department for Transport claims that it would like the UK to ‘lead the way’ in testing platoons.  It is difficult to see this happening when all the manufacturers are based in Sweden, (Volvo, Scania), Germany, (Daimler, MAN), Italy, (Iveco) and France (Renault). However, eight new projects have recently been awarded £20 million in funding from the UK Government to research and develop enhanced communication between vehicles and roadside infrastructure or urban information systems, including new ‘talking car technologies’. Some of this has been awarded to a consortium looking at tyre pressures and safety concerns – an area ignored in the projects to date.

Is the UK a suitable test bed? Our road network is amongst the world’s most congested with the greatest number of junctions.  It is more likely that the UK would be used in the final instance as a ‘stress test’ rather than involved in the fundamental testing process.  It is unlikely that the R&D departments will be upping sticks from Sweden and Germany to spend time in Cumbria.


The UK has the reputation in Europe for being ‘Tail-End Charlie’ in accepting and promoting environmental improvements in commercial vehicle technology.  Germany and others were offering significant financial incentives for truck operators to become early adopters of Euro 6 technologies (and the emissions standards that came before them), whilst the UK government offered a few hundred pounds incentive to invest in new technology, the cost of which ran into the tens of thousands.

Consider also, the levels of support from the relevant governments.  Historically, the UK government has been less than supportive of the UK road haulage industry and we see no reason why this approach should suddenly change.  The level of support from the Netherlands is already far greater than the UK – they have also authorised the testing of platooning on their roads and are actively promoting the system with impressive glossy brochures.

During its Presidency of the European Union in 2016, the Netherlands will put together a European Truck Platooning Challenge. This will involve various brands of automated trucks driving in platoons. The Dutch Minister of Infrastructure and the Environment, Mrs. drs. M.H. Schultz van Haegen said, “The Netherlands now offers an international testing ground for innovative mobility. Applications for cars and trucks will be warmly welcomed.”

Time will tell if the UK truly gets behind this initiative or is simply paying lip service to a high-tech scheme that is bound to grab headlines.

What Next?

Daimler already have a truck that can actually drive itself.  Sven Ennerst, Head of Truck Product Engineering at Daimler is the man behind the Future Truck 2025 Mercedes-Benz program which takes platooning one step further.


In May last year, their Highway Pilot autonomous truck control system won approval for trials on public highways in a (Daimler) Freightliner truck in the US state of Nevada. Then in October 2015, the German state of Baden-Wurttemberg approved trials of Mercedes-Benz trucks with the Highway Pilot system on its autobahns.

Ennerst says, “We expect a change in the organisation of the freight forwarding industry. The driver will take over many of the traffic planner’s functions. He will become more of a transport manager than a driver, from our point of view.” “One thing is for sure – the Highway Pilot system is steering the vehicle by itself. It builds a picture around the truck, looking up to 250 metres ahead, so basically it can react and drive by itself.”

Ennerst is equally concerned about the fuel efficiency of the trucks, “We are fighting like hell for every tenth of one per cent in truck efficiency gains at present,” he says. “We expect a fuel economy improvement of up to five per cent with trucks like this, as a result of less acceleration and braking and less waiting in traffic.”

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