The joint business will enable customers to book shared cars, hail rides from taxis as well as find and pay for parking spots and electric charging points. Also: US to leave 200 troops after Syria pull-out, and Japan probe touches down on asteroid.
Venezuela closes border with Brazil, as tension mounts over opposition plans to deliver foreign aid; The actor Jussie Smollet appears in court, accused of filing a false report over a racist and homophobic attack; and a Japanese space probe is due to land on an asteroid, where it will collect rocks and return them to Earth.
Details of sexual abuse by priests have emerged across the world and the Catholic church has been accused of covering up crimes. Also: scores killed in a fire in a residential building in Dhaka and breakdancing proposed as new Olympic sport for Paris 2024.
Also: Bangladesh says there is "no question" of IS bride Shamima Begum being allowed into the country and British Prime Minister Theresa May is back in Brussels as three MPs leave her party over Brexit.
Heidi Allen, Anna Soubry and Sarah Wollaston criticised the British government's "disastrous handling of Brexit". Also: Catholic cardinals urge end of "homosexual agenda" and saving Hollywood's "selfie paradise" in Thailand.