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Global stock markets were spurred higher on Tuesday by Chinese President Xi Jinping's remarks.
POSTED |  10-04-2018
Two Reuters journalists were formally charged with breaching a secrecy law that carries up to 14 years in jail.
POSTED |  10-01-2018
Two corpses were left behind at a New York airport instead of being flown to Lahore.
POSTED |  01-11-2017
Millions of Florida residents were without power as the remnants of Hurricane Irma spun northwest.
POSTED |  13-09-2017
The lights were switched off around the world at 8.30 p.m. on March 25, 2017 to mark the 10th annual Earth Hour.
POSTED |  25-03-2017
Almost 200,000 people were under evacuation orders after a threat of catastrophic failure at the United States' tallest dam.
POSTED |  13-02-2017
More than 400 whales were stranded on a New Zealand beach, with most of them dying quickly.
POSTED |  10-02-2017
Former Thai prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra has complained about being followed by people whom she believes were plainclothes police.
POSTED |  03-01-2017
Christine Lagarde said politicians who campaigned on promises of protectionism and economic barriers were a threat...
POSTED |  13-09-2016
Pressure mounted on Bangladesh after two leading gay rights activists were hacked to death.
POSTED |  26-04-2016
Founding partner Ramon Fonseca said his firm had broken no laws and that all its operations were legal.
POSTED |  06-04-2016
Russia and China have told North Korea that its nuclear ambitions were unacceptable.
POSTED |  11-03-2016
With Jeb Bush dropping out of the presidential race, some of his donors were preparing...
POSTED |  21-02-2016
A record 54.51 billion cyber-attacks were detected in Japan in 2015 — double the number of the previous year.
POSTED |  21-02-2016
Two earthquake survivors were pulled alive from the rubble of an apartment complex in Taiwan on 8 Feb 2016.
POSTED |  08-02-2016
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