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Good morning! Here is what you need to know on Monday.
President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the G7 summit Leon Neal/Getty Images
1. Trade negotiators for the US and Canada on Sunday evening on a deal to reshape the 25-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement, known as NAFTA, sealing the largest trade-deal rewrite of President Donald Trump's tenure. The agreement came just hours before a deadline set by the Trump administration, will pave the way for a vote in Congress to approve the deal after more than a year of negotiations among the US, Canada, and Mexico over the trilateral agreement. The Canadian dollar and the Mexican peso on the news.
2. In UK politics, Boris Johnson is less popular than Jeremy Corbyn and would lose a general election to Labour if he were Conservative leader, according to a new poll. The poll, carried out by BMG for HuffPost UK, also found that Labour has taken a 5-point lead over the Conservatives as Prime Minister Theresa May's party meets for their annual conference in Birmingham.
3. China has canceled a security meeting with US Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis that had been planned for October, , days after a top Chinese official said there was no reason to panic over tensions between the countries. The official, who is involved in China policy and spoke on condition of anonymity, said it was not clear if or when the meeting would be rescheduled.
4. Fiat Chrysler's new boss Mike Manley is expected to which will aim to keep the carmaker independent and a contender in the industry's race to develop self-driving and electric cars. Manley took over in July after long-time chief Sergio Marchionne fell ill and later died after succumbing to complications from surgery. British-born Manley has since pledged to carry through a strategy Marchionne outlined in June to keep FCA "strong and independent".
5. Troops from North and South Korea began removing some landmines along their heavily fortified border on Monday, , as part of a pact to reduce tension and build trust on the divided peninsula. Project details were agreed during last month's summit in Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea, between its leader, Kim Jong Un, and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
6. On Friday, Facebook revealed that it had detected a security breach in which an as-yet unknown attacker, or attackers, managed to gain access to up to 50 million users' accounts by exploiting vulnerabilities in its software. But it wasn't until a second, follow-up conference call with reporters that Facebook acknowledged that the hackers also had access to any other service in which a person used their Facebook account to register — including apps like Tinder, Spotify, and Airbnb. Instagram may also have been affected. Facebook by an EU privacy watchdog for the data breach.
7. Elon Musk they have "one more day of going super hardcore" to close the quarter and the company is "very close to achieving profitability and proving the naysayers wrong." Musk assured investors that Tesla would turn a profit in the third quarter in a conference call in August. The company has never turned an annual profit, and has had only two profitable quarters in its history. Musk just agreed to pay the SEC million after it filed a suit against him for making "false and misleading" statements that impacted Tesla's stock price.
8. The death toll from the Indonesian earthquake and tsunami is now above 830. Palu, the city home of some 350,000 residents, appeared to take the brunt of the disaster, with waves reported up to six metres high hitting its coast. We have pictures and video here, some of which are graphic.
9. The US sent a warship Sunday to challenge China's expansive claims to the disputed South China Sea, sailing near Chinese-occupied territories. The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Decatur conducted a freedom-of-navigation operation, sailing within 12 nautical miles of Chinese-held territories in the Spratly Islands, CNN reported Sunday.
10. Kanye West for President. As in the US President, Donald Trump, who West went on a long rant in favour of after a performance on "Saturday Night Live".
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