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and resume his UFC career in short order. “Hope to have news soon,” McGregor’s Orange County-based agent Audie Attar told the Los Angeles Times following McGregor’s court appearance in Brooklyn, N.Y. The former two-division UFC champion who earned a reported $100 million for boxing Floyd Mayweather Jr. in a novelty match last year confronted two felony charges of criminal mischief for his April attack of a bus loaded with UFC fighters. Seemingly angered at his unbeaten successor as UFC lightweight champion, Russia’s Khabib Nurmagomedov, McGregor led a band of friends to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center following a pre-fight news conference and ended up smashing a bus window with a hand truck. Ireland’s McGregor never reached Nurmagomedov, but two fighters on the card, flyweight Ray Borg and lightweight Michael Chiesa, suffered injuries due to the flying glass and were pulled from the card. Those fighters can pursue civil claims against McGregor now that he’s pleaded guilty to a violation. Prosecutors released a statement saying the deal “ensures restitution for the victims and requires the defendant to perform community service where he can reflect on his conduct and give back to society.” McGregor appeared relieved outside the Brooklyn court following the hearing, where he said, “I’m thankful for the judge and the D.A. for allowing me to move forward and I want to say to my friends and my family and my fans, thank you for your support.” McGregor’s confrontation with Nurmagomedov has certainly raised the profile of their coming clash, and the UFC could place the fight at either its Oct.
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FILE PHOTO: Minister of State for Foreign Affairs for the United Arab Emirates, Anwar Gargash, speaks at an event at Chatham House in London, Britain July 17, 2017. REUTERS/Neil Hall Filling the vacuum left by the administration of former U.S. president Barack Obama, the UAE has extended its influence by deploying troops and cash across the Middle East and Africa, where it has built up local armies and set up military bases. “In this current international system, it is no longer ‘write a cheque and someone is going to come and secure the stability in the region.’ You have to do some of the burden-sharing,” Gargash, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, said in a speech in London. The UAE has been fighting the Iranian-aligned Houthis in Yemen for more than three years, and backed forces opposed to political Islam in Libya and elsewhere. With its closest ally Saudi Arabia, the UAE has been locked in a power struggle with their arch-rival Iran that has played out across the region and taken on a sectarian dimension. Each accuses the other of creating instability in the region. Gargash said he was concerned about divergence between Western powers over the future of relations with Iran. “As we move forward, we do really hope that the current American effort to bring about a change in Iranian approach is successful.
(Bloomberg via Getty Images) Tesla executives have said this approach lowers Tesla’s capital costs. But accelerating production — to 53,339 cars of three different models in the second quarter, up 55% from a year earlier and almost a five-fold increase from the same period in 2015 — may be overwhelming Tesla’s service resources. Add to that the wide variety of Model 3 quality problems reported on Tesla customer forums, including broken glass, bad paint jobs, body panel gaps, dead batteries, wind noise, dents, scratches and software problems including door locks and weirdly behaving touch screens. Tesla has one of the most rabidly loyal customer bases of any automaker, of course. The same forums are peppered with praise for the cars and with Tesla service. And auto reviewers are near unanimous in their praise for the way the Model 3 drives. Consumer Reports relies on customer surveys for its own quality assessments. Mike Quincy, an automotive specialist at the research organization, called Tesla’s quality record “mixed.” “The good news is that the Model S has a new-car predicted reliability better than average,” Quincy said, referring to the mainstay Tesla sedan. “The bad news is that the Model X has proved far worse than average. Too few surveys have been collected yet to evaluate the Model 3.” If Model 3 quality proves subpar and service issues aren’t fixed, it could mean deeper trouble for Tesla as the company tries to go mainstream, according to Karl Brauer at Kelley Blue Book. Early Tesla buyers are “so in love with the car, they’d ignore things most buyers wouldn’t put up with, like delays for repairs, or batteries that fail multiple times,” Brauer said.
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