Here are today’s most note-worthy stories.

China is not the source of our economic problems — corporate greed is

Jeffrey Sachs writes that China is being made a scapegoat for rising inequality in the US. Instead of blaming China for market competition, we should be taxing the soaring corporate profits of our own multinational corporations and using the revenues to help working-class households.

Malaysia’s last male Sumatran rhino dies

Malaysia’s last male Sumatran rhino has died, leaving behind just one female from the same rare species in captivity in the country.

30 dead, more than 150 missing after boat sinks on Congo lake

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The ‘Game of Thrones’ character originally slated to survive

There was lots of death in the final season of “Game of Thrones,” but one character who got killed was actually supposed to survive the carnage.

Dubai mega mall inspired by nature

Written by Kieron Monks, CNN CNN’s series often carry sponsorship originating from the countries and regions we profile. However, CNN retains full editorial control over all of its reports. Our sponsorship policy. This is a city famous for the prevalence and grandeur of its malls that draw a well-heeled clientele from across the world.

A driver tried to jump a bridge opening in his car. Now two people are dead

Two men died early Friday when a driver tried to jump a car over an opening created by a pontoon swing bridge in southwestern Louisiana, state police said on Facebook.

Trump’s not ‘bothered’ by North Korea missile tests

President Donald Trump refused to back away from his positive assessment of North Korea on Monday, saying he wasn’t “personally bothered” by the regime’s recent short-range missile tests despite the contradictory views of his Japanese hosts and his own national security adviser.

Ethiopia apologises for map that erases Somalia

Ethiopia’s foreign ministry has apologised after a map of Africa on its website incorporated neighbouring Somalia within its own borders. “We sincerely regret any confusion and misunderstanding this incident might have caused,” the statement said. Somalia had been completely erased from the map, but the self-declared territory of Somaliland – which is not internationally recognised – was shown.

Ethiopia apologises for map that erases Somalia

Ethiopia’s foreign ministry has apologised after a map of Africa on its website incorporated neighbouring Somalia within its own borders. “We sincerely regret any confusion and misunderstanding this incident might have caused,” the statement said. Somalia had been completely erased from the map, but the self-declared territory of Somaliland – which is not internationally recognised – was shown.

Fiat Chrysler proposes merger with Renault

Fiat Chrysler has made a “transformative” merger proposal for French carmaker Renault, the Italian firm said on Monday. The combined business would be 50% owned by Fiat shareholders and 50% by Renault stockholders. The carmaker said the merger would create a global automotive leader, with 8.7 million vehicle sales.

What’s gone wrong with Brazil’s economy?

On 1 January, when Brazil’s far-right president Jair Bolsonaro took office, many in the country were concerned that the divisive politician would not be able to bring the country together. But one sector was almost unanimous in praising Mr Bolsonaro’s rise to power: business people.

Why Huawei’s Google woes worry Africa

Google’s decision to withhold its Android software from Huawei is being seen as the beginning of a technology cold war that could compel African countries – in the future – to choose between US and Chinese technology, analysts have told the BBC.

The actor behind Hollywood’s monsters

On first glance, you probably wouldn’t recognise Javier Botet. Though not a household name, the Spaniard has a portfolio that many in the movie business would kill for. Over the last few years, the 6ft 6in actor has starred in some of Hollywood’s biggest horror and fantasy productions.

Kit Harington finding out about *that* moment in ‘Game of Thrones’ is destroying fans

Warning: The following post contains spoilers for the finale of Game of Thrones . You must know this by now. No one was more emotional about the fate of Daenerys Targaryen than Kit Harington.

Asus’ new dual-screen laptop is totally bonkers

Imagine taking an Apple MacBook Pro with a Touch Bar, then stretching that Touch Bar down to occupy nearly half of the space where the keyboard usually resides. That’s pretty much what Asus’ new ZenBook Pro Duo laptop looks like, and while we’re not quite sure about the concept’s usefulness yet, we have to give Asus credit for sheer bravado in launching such a product.

A soccer referee accidentally scores a goal. And counts it.

Congratulations to the referee in the Netherlands who scored a goal against the Harkemase Boys football club on Saturday. During a match between the Harkemase Boys and HSV Hoek in the Netherlands, the Harkemase Boys’ defense were scrambling to stop the Hoek offense from scoring inside the penalty box.

‘Aladdin’ flies high at the box office despite mixed reviews

When you first heard about Disney’s live-action remake of the 1992 classic, Aladdin , you probably had a pretty strong opinion. So did critics, throwing down divided reactions to the studio’s latest major redo of an animated classic. But that hasn’t stopped Aladdin from flying high at the box office.

Gaming disorder is officially a thing. Here’s what it means.

Gaming disorder, which basically boils down to video game addiction, was officially recognized by the World Health Organization Saturday. After a year and a half of deliberation on the new revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD-11), which included gaming disorder in its 2017 draft, all 194 member states of the WHO agreed to adopt ICD-11.

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