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Iraqi Kurd Army Agrees To Return To 2003 Border, Oil Slides

In a dramatic de-escalation of recent hostilities in Iraqi Kurdistan, where in a blitz campaign the Iraqi army recaptured Kirkuk, effectively regaining control of the oil-rich region, the Kurdish Peshmerga forces told Sky News Arabia that it has agreed to return to the 2003 Iraq border, which if confirmed would be a major concession to Iraq.

Spain Constitutional Court Declares Catalan Referendum Void

While it will hardly come as a surprise to anyone following recent events in Spain, moments ago the country's Constitutional Court said on Tuesday the referendum law passed by the Catalan government Sept. 6 to hold a vote on independence was void

Spanish F-18 Jet Crashes Outside Madrid; Pilot Killed

Another military jet, this time an F-18 fighter belonging to 12th Wing of the Spanish Air Force, crashed near the Torrejon military base outside Madrid on Tuesday, killing the pilot in the second fatal accident involving a Spanish military jet in the past week.

Is This The Bizarre Reason Why Tesla Is Struggling To Ramp Model 3 Production?

"At this point, you would only be running it slow if you were having troubles and you were afraid the welds you were going to make weren't going to be good.  This is something a plant typically goes through four to six months in advance of a production launch.  This raises the question: 'Is the expertise there?'"