Would you take a driverless bus across town? That's what authorities in Singapore want to find out as they prepare to launch a trial of self-driving buses. It's part of an ambitious plan to roll out autonomous vehicles across the city-state.
There's no steering wheel, no driver and no charge: Self-driving buses will trial in traffic in Berlin until the end of 2019.
A fugitive Vietnamese businessman accused of leaking state secrets has been arrested in Hanoi hours after he was deported by Singaporean authorities. His lawyers say he was trying to get to Germany.
The trial of a Vietnamese oil executive, who was "kidnapped" after fleeing to Berlin, has drawn attention to a widespread anti-corruption campaign in Vietnam that is having implications for the country's image abroad.
A trial in London to last several months is looking into benchmark-rigging offences committed between 2005 and 2009. Among the defendants are traders from Germany's largest lender, Deutsche Bank, and Barclays.
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