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BBC News: New Nissan X-Force video game will be released this year UK: The UK has become the first country to ban the sale of knives and other weapons in public places in an attempt to tackle knife crime, the Home Office has said.
The announcement comes as more than 500 people have been killed by knives in England and Wales this year.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd said it was important that the Home Secretary had “a full understanding of knife crime” and the Home Department would continue to work with other local authorities to prevent knife crime.
“There is a very clear need to ensure that people understand that knife crime is a problem that we all share and that we must tackle,” Ms Rudd said.
“It is our duty to take action and this is what we will do.”
The new TV channel will focus on car parts and other automotive related topics, and will cover “everything from cars and parts to engines and brakes to the latest innovations in the automotive industry”.
In a statement, RTE said it will have “a wide range of specialist automotive coverage including on the automotive and automotive repair market”.
It said the new channel would have a mix of automotive and tech segments.
The channel will be available in English and French.
The company also announced a new digital channel called Car Parts TV that will bring car parts information to more than a million viewers.
It will also offer a range of automotive features including car repairs and information about the latest technology.
A new RTE app will also be available, allowing people to access information about cars and repair and repair services in the UK.
RTE’s launch comes as the number of knife crimes in the US has soared to an unprecedented rate.
Last year, more than 4,500 people were stabbed in the United States.
In the first nine months of this year, there were more than 1,000 knife crimes.
This week, the FBI said the number was now up to 1,500 and that the number is likely to rise over the coming months.