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Tesla Autopilot US opens an official investigation into self-driving tech

The US agency responsible of road safety is opening a politician investigation into Tesla’s “self-driving” Autopilot system. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said it had been acting following 11 Tesla crashes since 2018 involving emergency vehicles. In some cases, the Tesla vehicles “crashed directly into the vehicles of first responders”, it said. The …

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Realme has launched a replacement entry-level smartphone named Realme C21Y in India. The smartphone is a component of the company’s C-series and is like the Samsung Galaxy F02s, Redmi 9 Power, Micromax In2b and more. Realme C21Y features and specifications The Realme C21Y comes with a 6.5 inch HD + LCD screen with a facet …

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Afghan women footballers evacuated by the Australian government after a plea

The Australian government has evacuated quite 50 women footballers and athletes and their dependents from Afghanistan following an appeal by world bodies Fifa and Fifpro. A statement by the international footballers’ federation Fifpro expressed gratitude to Australia. Following the retaking of Kabul by the Taliban, many Afghan sportswomen went into hiding. The statement said work …

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Premier League clubs will not release players for international games in red-list countries

The Premier League says its clubs have “reluctantly but unanimously” decided to not release players for matches in red-list countries during September’s international break. Under current UK government rules, players would be forced to miss several games due to the 10-day isolation period required on return to the united kingdom . The Premier League said …

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House Democrats Advance Biden Agenda in Key Vote After Delays, Party Divisions

House Democrats voted Tuesday to advance key parts of President Joe Biden’s economic agenda plus voting rights legislation after a standoff between Speaker Nancy Pelosi and a couple of moderates who threatened to withhold their support without an infrastructure vote. The vote comes after a day-long debacle during which Democratic leadership scrambled to prop up …

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South Korea Nearly Matches Its High for New Covid 19 Cases

State leaders in Idaho are urging people to volunteer at hospitals to assist doctors who are being swamped by a rising number of COVID-19 cases. Idaho Public Health Administrator Elke Shaw-Tulloch says hospitals need help with everything from housekeeping to delivering care, which might be provided by retired doctors . The director of the Idaho …

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Arizona Bypass School Mask Mandates

Our COVID-19 Educational Recovery Benefit will empower parents to exercise their choice when it involves their child’s education and COVID-19 mitigation strategies,” Republican Gov. Doug Ducey said in announcing the program last week. “It also will give families in need the chance to access educational resources like tutoring, child care, transportation and other needs.” In …

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US health officials call for booster shots against COVID-19

“This is probably going thanks to both waning immunity, and therefore the strength of the widespread Delta variant,” Murthy said during a public briefing by the White House COVID-19 response team. The plan, outlined by the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other top authorities, involves an additional dose eight …

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