The country’s Constitutional Court has rejected a lawsuit filed by 13 of the 16 other candidates who argued the results were an outcome of “massive fraud."
The assaults come before a presidential vote on Sunday that will determine whether incumbent President Touadera will stay in power.
President Touadera, the UN and the EU all fiercely insist the Sunday vote will take place despite threats of a coup.
UN says Central African Republic's fourth-largest town Bambari "is under control" after armed groups were pushed back into the bush.
Rwanda’s defence ministry says the country deployed troops to Central African Republic where its soldiers in the UN peacekeeping force have been targeted by rebels.
The announcement gives a boost to Britain's automotive sector hit this year by Honda and Ford's plans to close factories.
Japanese car giant Toyota and investment fund SoftBank Vision Fund have unveiled an investment of $1 billion in US ride hailing company to develop self-driving vehicles.
South Korean researchers believe the new generation of data network will be key to ironing out the technological hiccups, making it possible for computer-driven vehicles to hit the roads soon. However, having the technology is only the first step.
Jury finds James Fields guilty of first-degree murder and nine other crimes by driving his car into a crowd, killing one and wounding of 19 others, in Charlottesville, Virginia last year.
Carmaker sees shares fall 6.5 percent to as low as $23 despite still being valued slightly higher than Ferrari.
At least three people were injured in what the witnesses described as a deliberate crash. The area was the site of a terror attack in March 2017 when a man ploughed a car into crowds, killing four people.
German society has been left with many questions after Mesut Ozil's resignation. Chief among them, can they deal with racism and discrimination?
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