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Pope condemns Mogadishu attack1m11s

Pope condemns Mogadishu attack

Pope Francis addressed thousands at the Vatican on Wednesday, condemning the attack in Somalia's capital that killed more than 300 people. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Remote island gets new airport but at a hefty cost1m37s

Remote island gets new airport but at a hefty cost

St. Helena, a remote volcanic outcrop in the South Atlantic, has welcomed its first commercial flight. As Jacob Greaves reports, the mammoth engineering feat costing 285 million pounds ($378 million) of British taxpayer money nearly didn't happen.

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Published: October 17, 2017Updated: October 18, 2017
Richard Branson targeted in $5 million scam1m26s

Richard Branson targeted in $5 million scam

Billionaire founder of the Virgin group Richard Branson telling Reuters he was targeted by a con artist posing as British Defense Minister Michael Fallon who tried to get $5 million in a supposed secret ransom payment. Police are still searching for the fraudster. Jillian Kitchener reports.

Branson turbocharges hyperloop race2m30s

Branson turbocharges hyperloop race

The company Sir Richard Branson just invested in, Hyperloop One, is the one to beat in the race to build a super-fast underground transportation system, say experts. Fred Katayama reports.

GM to test self-driving cars in N.Y.1m13s

GM to test self-driving cars in N.Y.

General Motors plans to test vehicles in fully autonomous mode in New York state in early 2018, according to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Fred Katayama reports.

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Published: October 17, 2017Updated: October 18, 2017
Kurds abandon territory as Iraqi forces advance2m06s

Kurds abandon territory as Iraqi forces advance

Kurdish Peshmerga forces have retreated to positions they held in northern Iraq in June 2014 in response to an Iraqi army advance into the region after a Kurdish independence referendum rejected by Baghdad, a senior Iraqi commander said on Wednesday. Emily Wither reports.

Akzo Nobel paints grim picture after rejecting PPG1m14s

Akzo Nobel paints grim picture after rejecting PPG

Dutch Akzo Nobel, which fended off a 26 billion euro takeover approach from PPG Industries in May, warns that operating profit will not grow this year. As Laura Frykberg reports, it's the second downgrade to its forecast in the past two months.