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By Daren Butler and Margarita Antidze ISTANBUL/TBILISI (Reuters) - Two Russian nationals have been identified as suspected Islamic State suicide bombers in the attack on Istanbul's main airport that is thought to have been masterminded by a Chechen, Turkish media said on Friday. Prosecutors have identified two of the three suspected attackers as Russians Rakim Bulgarov and Vadim Osmanov, state-run Anadolu Agency said. Turkish officials declined to comment.
Nissan, Ford, Fiat Chrysler's US unit and Honda all reported sales increases, while GM, Toyota and Volkswagen fell short. GM, the largest US automaker, struggled again as it pivots away from sales to businesses, such as rental fleets, to focus on retail sales. The June drop was partly due to a seven percent fall in sales to businesses, such as rental fleets, while efforts to gain retail share led to a more than one percent increase in sales to consumers, GM said.
By Tom Miles GENEVA (Reuters) - Eritrea may escape censure by the U.N. Security Council over its human rights record after the U.N. Human Rights Council passed a watered-down resolution against the African state on Friday. A U.N. investigation set up by the Human Rights Council said last month that Eritrea's leaders should be tried for crimes against humanity, including torture, rape, murder and enslaving hundreds of thousands of people. The investigators, who published a 484-page report a year ago detailing the crimes and the country's use of a "vast security network", recommended that the situation in the country to be referred to the International Criminal Court.