The Calais "jungle" camp may be a place for returning UK jihadis to "hide in plain sight", a former police head of counter-terrorism says.
Celtic boss Ronny Deila says fans risk a "bad reputation" after flares are thrown during the Scottish Cup win over Stranraer.
Jalopnik reports that Elon Musk's predicted window for being able (for Tesla owners, that is) to call up your autonomous car and have it find its own way from New York to California, or vice versa, is astonishingly close: 24-36 months from now. From the article: As far as the summoning feature is concerned, Tesla plans for the 33-foot range to greatly expand—soon. Within two years, Musk predicted that owners will be able to summon their car from across the country. “If you’re in New York and your car is in Los Angeles, you can summon your car to you from your phone and tell the car to find you,” Musk said. “It’ll automatically charge itself along the journey. I might be slightly optimistic about that, but not significantly optimistic.” In getting from one place to another, Musk said autopilot “is better than human in highway driving, or at least it will be soon with machine learning.” If it’s not already better than human, Musk said it will be within the coming months. But right now, Musk said the car still needs a human around, just in case. “The car currently has sensors to achieve that cross-country goal,” Musk said. “But you’d need more hardware and software, you’d need more cameras, more radars, redundant electronics, redundant power buses and that sort of thing.
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More than 32 PKK militants have been killed in one of the deadliest weekends since the Kurdish insurgency erupted. A human rights monitor says more than 70 civilians have been killed in curfew-hit towns.
A series of foul-mouthed posts are published on Jeremy Corbyn's Twitter feed following the apparent hacking of the Labour leader's account.
Public-sector pay features heavily on the front pages, with reports that highly paid taxpayer-funded workers will demand pay rises while junior doctors and ministers are at loggerheads.
The ever-repeated parrot statement from the copyright industry is that "authors must be paid". This ignores the existence of Wikipedia and about three billion smartphones, and is therefore simply false.
An aid convoy which was delayed in reaching the besieged Syrian town of Madaya is now due to arrive on Monday.