Kim Jong-un appeared to have decided to celebrate his grandfather’s birthday not with a nuclear test, but with a demonstration of missile capabilities.
 The European Union is in the process of reforming copyright laws that date back to 2001, as part of a wider strategy to establish a Digital Single Market across the 28 Member States of the bloc, aiming to break down regional barriers to ecommerce. Read More
A mountain of evidence has been compiled against Syrian officials for war crimes from torture to summary killings. But there is no clear path to justice.
 Uber plans to close its UberRush courier service to restaurant deliveries, according to a report in Quartz. Instead, restaurants will be encouraged to use UberEats, the company’s food delivery service, instead. Read More
To potential adversaries, the bombing could signal deterrence. For the U.S. public, it underscored the Pentagon’s more aggressive stance under President Trump.
The Last Jedi Star Wars trailer is released, Facebook runs ads in French newspapers educating people on fake news and Apple gets permission from the DMV to start testing self-driving cars. All this on Crunch Report. Read More
That is the fundamental question Turkish voters will decide in Sunday’s vote on whether to expand the powers of the presidency.
 Simple, the online banking service that promised to be a better alternative to big banks like Chase or Citibank, is falling short of some users’ expectations. This time, it comes as a result of the sudden and surprising notice customers received alerting them that their accounts would be closed next month. Read More