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China responds to Trump's new tariffs with its own duties

BEIJING, China - Worries among businesses in the U.S. and China intensified further this week, after both the countries exchanged ...

Ugandan pop star vows to fight on after arriving from US

Uganda's pop star politician Bobi Wine vowed on Thursday to continue his fight for more freedom in the country "or ...

No-Flow Zone: Are Russian Pop Stars Afraid To Play Daghestan

MAKHACHKALA, Russia -- Considered home to one of Russia's most conservative societies, the predominantly Muslim republic of Daghestan could turn ...

Trump suggested Sahara wall to stem migrants: Madrid

Spain's foreign minister revealed that US President Donald Trump suggested building a wall along the Sahara desert to stem the ...

Critics Blast Lviv's Ban On Russian-Language Culture

KYIV -- It's a measure some Ukrainians claim is necessary to fight Russia's potent 'hybrid warfare.' But critics, including Western ...

WADA Lifts Ban on Russian Anti-Doping Agency

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) announced Thursday it would lift its ban on Russia's anti-doping agency (RUSADA). "Today, the great ...

Bye Bye Bugs Scientists Fear Non-Pest Insects Are Declining

OXFORD, PENNSYLVANIA - A staple of summer - swarms of bugs - seems to be a thing of the past. ...

Under Threat, Kabul's Hazara Make Call To Arms

As Kabulis commemorated Ashura, the holiest celebration on the Shi'ite religious calendar, scores of black-clad civilian recruits strapped with ammunition ...

Hezbollah Defies Israel, Says Has 'Precision Missiles'

BEIRUT, LEBANON - Lebanon's Hezbollah said Thursday it had acquired 'precision missiles' despite extensive efforts by neighbor and foe Israel ...

EU Getting 'Impatient' with Facebook Over Consumer Data Use

BRUSSELS - The European Union's consumer protection chief said Thursday she's growing impatient with Facebook's efforts to improve transparency with ...

Trump Chips Away at Liberal US Appeals Court Majorities

Aided by fellow Republicans in the Senate, President Donald Trump is rapidly filling vacancies on U.S. appeals courts, moving some ...

Liberian leader Weah signs land-reform law

Liberian President George Weah has signed a long-sought land reform law that gives local communities greater rights over "customary land" ...

Amnesty International Toils To Tell Real Videos From Fakes

When Amnesty International launched a probe this year into police crackdowns against Russian protesters, one of its research methods was ...

World Anti-Doping Agency Lifts Ban On Russia, On 'Strict Conditions'

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has lifted the suspension of Russia's anti-doping agency (RUSADA), despite opposition from tens of athletes ...

Shi'ites Mark Ashoura, Mourn Saint's Death

TEHRAN, IRAN - Shi'ites across the Middle East on Thursday marked Ashoura, an annual commemoration mourning the 7th century death ...

Two Koreas' leaders in mountain show of unity

Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in visited the spiritual birthplace of the Korean nation on Thursday for a show of ...

Ugandan Politician Bobi Wine Detained Upon Return Home

Opposition Ugandan lawmaker and pop singer Bobi Wine was met by police Thursday afternoon when he landed at the airport ...

Pakistani PM Khan Meets Leaders In Saudi Arabia, U.A.E.

New Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is visiting the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) after a stay in Saudi Arabia on ...

Ukraine's Poroshenko Sees 'Risk' Of Russia Sanctions Easing

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has warned that there is a risk of international sanctions imposed on Russia for its actions ...

Who started the Cold War U.S. and Russian historians clash

The question about whether the Americans or Soviets ignited the Cold War has been debated since the conflict began, and ...

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Japanese crypto exchange suffers massive attack

TOKYO, Japan - The Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Zaif revealed a massive hacking attack on Thursday, in which the exchange is believed ...

U.K. regulator slaps fine of 500,000 pounds on Equifax

LONDON, U.K. - Equifax's U.K. arm was slapped with a fine worth 500,000 pounds by the U.K. regulator, over the ...

EU calls on Facebook, Twitter to comply with consumer rules

BRUSSELS, Belgium - As regulators in the European Union continue to crackdown on U.S. social media giants over privacy and ...

Sky set to go into rare auction this weekend

LONDON, U.K. - In a bid to resolve a bidding war that started in December 2016, now, the Takeover Panel ...

Amazon hopes to launch 3,000 cashierless food stores

SEATTLE, U.S. - Amazon, which launched its first cashierless food store in Seattle in December 2016 and has since unveiled ...

Japan's Panasonic ties up with Inmarsat for broadband

LONDON, U.K. - In a partnership aimed at providing in-flight broadband for commercial airlines, the British satellite company Inmarsat has ...

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Abbott Ireland announces expansion plans, new jobs

DONEGAL, Ireland - Announcing plans to expand its workforce in Donegal, the U.S. healthcare giant Abbott unveiled plans to create 500 new jobs in the country.Abbott Ireland currently hires c ...

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