Justin Bieber's rented yellow Lamborghini remains in a Miami police impound alongside rapper Khalil Sharief's red Ferrari following the pair's arrest on charges of driving under the influence in South Florida on Thursday morning.
Police say the singers were caught drag racing on a main thoroughfare.
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Addressing an audience in America, the former PM said of Europe's single currency that it was not working "as intended".
The countries lawmakers voted to impeach President Park Geun-hye in the wake of mass protests against her.
The former presidential candidate, who has herself been the target of false news reports, said such stories had 'real-world consequences'.