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10 Things to Know for Today

10 Things to Know for TodayYour daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. PROTESTS TURN VIOLENT OUTSIDE TRUMP RALLY IN NEW MEXICO Demonstrators throw burning T-shirts, ...



No handshake exemption for Muslim pupils, Swiss canton rules

Parents or guardians of pupils who refuse to shake a teacher's hand in the northern Swiss canton of Basel-Country could face fines of up to $5,000Religious belief is no excuse for refusing to shake a teacher's hand, Swiss regional authorities ruled Wednesday, reversing one school's controversial decision to grant exemptions for Muslim pupils wary of touching the opposite sex. Parents or guardians of pupils who refuse to shake a teacher's hand in the northern Swiss canton of Basel-Country could now face fines of up to 5,000 Swiss francs ($5,000, 4,500 euros), regional education authorities ruled. "A teacher has the right to demand a handshake," they said in a statement.



Afghan Taliban appoint a new leader, Kabul urges peace

Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour is seen in this undated handout photographBy Mirwais Harooni and Jibran Ahmad KABUL/PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) - The Afghan Taliban named an Islamic legal scholar who was one of former leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour's deputies to succeed him on Wednesday, after confirming Mansour's death in a U.S. drone strike at the weekend. Within an hour of the announcement, a Taliban suicide bomber attacked a shuttle bus carrying court employees west of the Afghan capital, Kabul, killing as many as 11 people and wounding several others, including children. New Taliban leader Haibatullah Akhundzada was named in a United Nations report last year as former chief of the sharia-based justice system under the Taliban's five-year rule over Afghanistan, which ended with their ouster in 2001.



Royal Dutch Shell says to axe further 2,200 jobs

Like many energy companies, Shell has been hit by the huge slump in oil prices caused by a global supply glutEnergy giant Royal Dutch Shell on Wednesday said it was cutting at least another 2,200 jobs owing to low oil prices and following its takeover of smaller rival BG Group. "Shell staff have today been informed about the progress being made on integrating BG into the company, and on further measures that are necessary to ensure Shell is competitive in a 'lower for longer' oil price environment," the Anglo-Dutch group said in a statement. Jobs are being axed at its operations in the North Sea off the coast of Scotland, as well as in Ireland and elsewhere.



European Union seeks to make life easier for online shoppers

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union has unveiled several proposals to make it easier to buy online across its borders, to demand that providers like Netflix offer European films and to protect children from harmful content.


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