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Audi recalls 70,000 cars over braking system problem

FRANKFURT: Audi, the top-of-the-range car maker belonging to auto giant Volkswagen, said on Friday it is recalling 70,000 cars worldwide owing to potential problems with braking systems.An Audi spokesman told AFP that the recall affected the company’s A4, the A5, the A5 Cabrio, the A6, the A7 and also the Q5 crossovers models built between March and December 2012.The models were fitted with the 3.0 liter TDI turbo diesel engine.The problem had been found within the brakes as the engine oil could enter the

India court pressures Modi on 'criminal' cabinet ministers

NEW DELHI  India s top court said Monday lawmakers with criminal backgrounds should not serve in government, with 13 ministers facing charges for attempted murder, rioting and other offences.The ruling is likely to put pressure on right-wing Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who swept to power this year pledging clean governance.The Supreme Court ruled that Modi should be left to choose his own cabinet, but said it hoped the premier would ultimately take into account public

Turkey welcomes ‘unlimited’ Gaza ceasefire

ISLAMABAD: Turkey welcomed the unlimited ceasefire that was agreed between Israeli and Palestinian officials on Tuesday.The Egyptian-brokered ceasefire came into effect at 16:00 GMT Tuesday,bringing 51 days of relentless Israeli attacks to a halt in the blockaded coastal enclave, Anadolu news agency reported.“We consider the ceasefire as the beginning of the entry of humanitarian aid for the reconstruction of the country,” said a written statement by Turkey’s Foreign Ministry on Wednesday.The ministry also

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