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Prince Harry and the publisher of the Daily Mirror newspaper have settled the remainder of his hacking claim against them. It follows a High Court judge’s ruling in December that phone hacking by Mirror Group Newspapers was carried out from 1996 to 2011, and was “widespread and habitual” from 1998. Judge Timothy Fancourt also said
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Photo: Eli Ramstad/Norwegian Public Roads Administration For the first time, Norway has used a semi electric truck with 1,000 kWh battery capacity to clear heavy snow on challenging mountain passes. The Norwegian Public Roads Administration has been trialing the electric truck as a snow plow on the E6 highway, right over the scenic yet challenging
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Major German car parts maker ZF Friedrichshafen is investing a hefty $500 million into its transmission plant in South Carolina – all to transform it into a “flexible manufacturer of parts” for both ICE and plug-in hybrids, and for both passenger cars and large commercial vehicles by launching production of its PowerLine transmission in the
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