10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Former South African President Abandons Graft Testimony
Former South African president Jacob Zuma has abandoned his testimony to a state commission probing graft allegations against him, asserting that he is being treated unfairly.
Men Face Sentencing on Riot Charge in Virginia Rally Case
Three members of a white supremacist group face sentencing on a federal riot charge in connection with a white nationalist rally in Virginia and political rallies in California.
Hand Signals and Post-Its: The Hong Kong Protester Playbook
Hong Kong’s youth are no rookies when it comes to protests.
Swedish Activist Thunberg Joins German Climate Protest
Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg has joined thousands of young protesters in Berlin for a rally urging action against climate change.
Gone Rogue: At Least 17 Injured at UK ‘Car Cruise’ Event
British police say 17 people have been injured in a crash at a 'car cruise' event.
UK Lawmakers Warn Citizens’ Rights at Risk in No-Deal Brexit
British lawmakers are meeting the European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator, seeking an iron-clad guarantee that 1.3 million U.K. citizens in the bloc won’t have their rights removed and lives disrupted in the event the country leaves the EU without a deal.
Myanmar Marks Anniversary of Killing of Founding Father
Myanmar’s civilian and military leaders have jointly commemorated the anniversary of the assassination of the country’s independence hero, who was gunned down 72 years ago along with members of his cabinet.
The Latest: Dutch Supreme Court Upholds Srebrenica Liability
The Latest on a Dutch Supreme Court ruling on the 1995 Srebrenica massacre (all times local):
Police Search Kyoto Animation Studio Where Fire Killed 33
Japanese police are searching for clues into why a man set a Kyoto anime studio on fire, gutting the building and crushing the hearts of many comic fans around the world.