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The U.S. government's road safety agency is investigating complaints that suspensions can fail on nearly 115,000 Tesla electric vehicles. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says it has 43 complaints that linkages near the ball joints can fail, allowing contact between the tire and wheel liner. It says the number of complaints is increasing as the vehicles age, with 32 in the last two years.
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A widely shared video of French police violently beating a black man in Paris has bolstered criticism of a new security bill that seeks to criminalise the publishing of images identifying police "with intent to harm". Several officers were suspended on Thursday and an internal police inquiry was opened after 41-year-old Michel Zecler, a music producer, suffered injuries to his face, head, forearms and knees.The incident, which was captured on both closed-circuit television and mobile phone, took place late Saturday afternoon – attracting massive attention when it was published by the online news site Loopsider. Zecler told journalists he was set upon by police at the entrance of his music studio, Black Gold, in Paris’s 17th arrondissement, after he was spotted in the street without a face mask – against health regulations.'Racial slurs'The well-known producer of rap said he was physically and racially attacked by three officers after trying to enter the studio. He admits resisting arrest, but says he made no violent gestures.Video footage of the 7-minute beating – which has already been viewed 9 million times – is consistent with Zecler’s story, and at odds with a police report claiming the incident involved “a serious case of rebellion”.Zecler was taken into custody, and held for 48 hours, as part of an investigation for "violence against a person holding public authority" and "rebellion". What provoked France's controversy over publishing images of police? French parliament set to ban discrimination on basis of accent Following the release of the video, however, the Paris Public Prosecutor's Office closed that investigation and opened a new one for "violence by persons holding public authority" and "forgery of public records".French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin told France 2 television the officers had “sullied the uniform of the republic”, adding that he would demand they be sacked if the probe confirmed wrongdoing by police.France has recently seen a string of high-profile probes into police violence and racism. On Monday, Paris prosecutors also opened an investigation into the violent evacuation of a migrant camp in central Paris.Contentious security bill These latest incidents, both brought to light by video footage, comes amid debate over a new bill that prohibits the publication of online images that identify individual police in action. On Wednesday parliament approved the legislation, which would impose prison sentences of up to one-year and a 45,000 euro fine for anyone caught unloading such content “with the obvious goal of inflicting physical or psychological harm”.The move has prompted protests from civil liberties groups, journalists and others – who argue the language is too vague and open to interpretation.In response, Darmanin said the “vast majority” of police officers acted professionally, with less than 10,000 incidents reported each year, out of some three million police operations.
In a division awash with trash talking, it’s hard to ever imagine Daniel Dubois bad-mouthing a rival. Far more softly spoken than his 6ft 5in frame would suggest, the harshest thing he’ll say of his opponent Joe Joyce is that he expects to beat him on Saturday night inside Westminster’s Church House. Already, he has earned 14 of his 15 professional wins by knockout and famously floored Anthony Joshua when acting as a sparring partner.
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Thousands of Sudanese packed into the city of Omdurman on Friday for the funeral of Sadiq al-Mahdi, Sudan's last democratically elected prime minister, who died from the coronavirus at the age of 84. Mourners in traditional white garments, mostly wearing masks, wept and waved national flags ahead of prayers for the two-time prime minister, who was a central figure in Sudan's political and spiritual life for more than half a century. "Today the icon of tolerance in Sudan has passed away, a symbol of civilian jihad in Sudan, a warrior knight," one mourner, Abd al-Rahman al-Zein, told Sudanese TV through tears.
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Lewis Hamilton has backed our Stop The Illegal Wildlife Trade campaign. The seven-time Formula One champion gave his support to Art for Animals, which raises funds for the Evening Standard’s campaign with our sister title The Independent. The illegal wildlife trade damages our environment and threatens endangered species.
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