Good Morning, it’s Wednesday, 21 June 2017 and this is the Morning Edition of The Nightshift, the world’s overnight news feed.
Republican Karen Handel beat Democrat Jon Ossof in the race for the vacant representative’s seat in Georgia.
There was a failed terrorist incident at Brussels Central Station. The attacker was killed by police.
The Saudi Royal Family has made an internal change, with King Salman replacing the current crown prince with his son, Mohammed bin Salman, who is 31.
Travis Kalanick, CEO and founder of Uber, the ride sharing service, has resigned, amid mounting pressure from investors. The company has had a series of issues with sexual harassment and workplace scandals.
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