Good morning! Here’s what you need to know on Tuesday.
1. Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff vowed on Monday to fight impeachment in the Senate.A heavy defeat in the lower house of Congress raised the likelihood of an end to 13 years of leftist rule in Brazil.
2. Apple could be developing the Apple Car in a secret Berlin lab, according to a report from Frankfurter Allgemeine. The facility is reportedly home to 15-20 staff with backgrounds in engineering, software, hardware, and sales.
3. Asian share markets rose on Tuesday,taking their cue from gains on Wall Street after a strike in Kuwait helped spark a recovery in crude oil prices.
4. Somalia’s government said on Monday between 200 and 300 Somalis may have drowned in the Mediterranean Sea while trying to cross illegally into Europe. A minister told Reuters a boat may have been carrying about 500 people, of which 200 to 300 were Somalis “and most of them had died.”
7. Theranos, the controversial blood-testing startup, is facing a criminal investigation into whether it misled investors about its technology.The company is the subject of a criminal probe by the US attorney’s office.
9. Tech companies should comply with lawful requests to access protected data, BlackBerry Chief Executive John Chen has said,in thinly-veiled criticism of rival Apple over its recent standoff with the FBI.
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