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UK police identify over 200 witnesses in nerve agent attack: minister
Published:11/03/2018 12:45:30 AM
British police have identified more than 200 witnesses and are looking at more than 240 pieces of evidence in their investigation into a nerve agent attack on a Russian ex-spy and his daughter, interior minister Amber Rudd said on Saturday.
Justice Department files regulation to ban 'bump stocks'
Published:11/03/2018 12:26:57 AM
The U.S. Department of Justice formally submitted a regulation on Saturday to ban "bump stocks," a modification to high-capacity rifles that lets them fire like an automatic weapon.
Syrian army gains ground in intensified Ghouta assault
Published:11/03/2018 12:26:15 AM
The Syrian army intensified its onslaught in eastern Ghouta on Saturday with advances that a war monitor and state media said had splintered the enclave, though a rebel official denied this.
Trade war between U.S. and Europe can still be avoided: Germany
Published:11/03/2018 12:08:55 AM
A trade war between Europe and the United States can still be averted, German Economy Minister Brigitte Zypries said on Saturday, adding she hoped that talks in Brussels this weekend could help to prevent an escalation.
France signs deals worth $16 billion in India; to deepen defense, security ties
Published:10/03/2018 11:58:35 PM
French and Indian companies signed contracts worth 13 billion euros ($16 billion) on the first day of President Emmanuel Macron's visit to India on Saturday, the French presidency said in a statement.
Trump to rally for endangered Republican in Pennsylvania
Published:10/03/2018 11:16:17 PM
President Donald Trump is set to campaign on Saturday in Pennsylvania steel country for a Republican congressional candidate who is in a tight race in a district that Trump won resoundingly in the 2016 election.
EU, Japan start push for exemptions from Trump tariffs
Published:10/03/2018 11:06:34 PM
The European Union and Japan urged the United States on Saturday to grant them exemptions from metal import tariffs, with Tokyo calling for "calm-headed behavior" in a dispute that threatens to spiral into a trade war.
Post-bailout credit line for Greece probably not needed: rescue fund head
Published:10/03/2018 10:34:30 PM
Greece will probably not need a precautionary credit line after its bailout ends in August if the country sticks to reforms, the head of Europe's rescue fund said in an interview released on Saturday.
Romania's ruling party congress votes to join euro in 2024
Published:10/03/2018 10:26:17 PM
Romania's ruling Social Democrats (PSD), in power for a year, voted at an extraordinary congress on Saturday to back a 2024 target date to adopt the euro currency.
Hundreds of migrants picked up between Libya and Italy
Published:10/03/2018 10:11:10 PM
Libya's coastguard and an international charity ship picked up several hundred migrants on Saturday as smugglers trying to take advantage of calm seas launched a flurry of boats towards Italy.
U.S. seeks 'concrete actions' from North Korea before planned talks
Published:10/03/2018 9:36:09 PM
U.S. President Donald Trump will not meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un unless Pyongyang takes "concrete actions," the White House said on Friday as it faced criticism for agreeing to talks that would boost Kim's standing.
Turkish forces reach outskirts of Afrin town: monitor
Published:10/03/2018 8:34:19 PM
Turkish forces have reached the outskirts of the town of Afrin after a weeks-long campaign against a Kurdish militia in northwest Syria, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights war monitoring group said on Saturday.
Japan's Finance Ministry to admit altering land-sale documents: source
Published:10/03/2018 8:24:37 PM
Japan's Finance Ministry will admit altering documents involved in a controversial sale of state-owned land, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said on Saturday, raising the heat on the finance minister and threatening to erode Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's popularity.
Trump to visit Peru, Colombia in April
Published:10/03/2018 8:00:50 PM
President Donald Trump will travel to the Summit of the Americas in Peru and then visit Colombia in April, the White House announced on Saturday.
Court rules Latvian bank ABLV may keep Luxembourg branch
Published:10/03/2018 7:28:44 PM
Latvia's ABLV Bank, accused by U.S. authorities of large-scale money laundering, will be allowed to look for new investors for its Luxembourg branch after a court there ruled against forced liquidation by EU authorities, the bank said.
China steel exports may fall further in 2018: top executive
Published:10/03/2018 6:44:45 PM
Chinese exports of steel products may continue to fall this year due to strong domestic demand and reductions in capacity due to environmental commitments, the chairman of state-owned mill Fujian Sangang Group Co Ltd said.
Saudi women celebrate Women's Day with a jog in Jeddah
Published:10/03/2018 6:12:49 PM
(The Mar. 8 story was corrected to remove the jogger reference in paragraph 7)
China eyes 'black tech' to boost security as parliament meets
Published:10/03/2018 3:01:41 PM
At a highway check point on the outskirts of Beijing, local police are this week testing out a new security tool: smart glasses that can pick up facial features and car registration plates, and match them in real-time with a database of suspects.
Reckitt CEO stands by Mead Johnson deal, despite Pfizer option
Published:10/03/2018 2:01:00 PM
Reckitt Benckiser has no regrets about its $17 billion acquisition of Mead Johnson last year, its chief executive said, even though there are concerns it may now be too stretched to buy Pfizer's coveted consumer health business.
UK government resists 'latte levy' in bitter blow for campaigners
Published:10/03/2018 11:14:25 AM
Britain has resisted a call by campaigners and lawmakers to impose a so-called "latte levy" on single-use coffee cups, opting instead to reduce the use of the cups through voluntary measures.
'The Sopranos' to make a comeback - in a big screen prequel
Published:10/03/2018 11:13:36 AM
A prequel to hit U.S. mafia drama "The Sopranos" is being developed as a movie, possibly reuniting some of television's most beloved characters, New Line Cinema said on Thursday.
Seven years after tsunami, Japanese live uneasily with seawalls
Published:10/03/2018 10:06:55 AM
When a massive earthquake struck in 2011, Japanese oyster fisherman Atsushi Fujita was working as usual by the sea. Soon after, a huge black wave slammed into his city and killed nearly 2,000 people.
U.S. Justice Department, AT&T spar over merger in final pre-trial documents
Published:10/03/2018 10:01:10 AM
The U.S. Justice Department and AT&T Inc on Friday presented starkly different futures for online video if the wireless and pay-TV giant is allowed to buy Time Warner Inc, as they laid out their cases for a blockbuster antitrust trial.
Panasonic considers selling security camera factory in China: Nikkei
Published:10/03/2018 9:52:31 AM
Panasonic Corp is considering selling a Chinese plant that makes security cameras in a deal it hopes will fetch over $450 million, the Nikkei reported on Saturday.
Five cabinet chiefs to testify before U.S. Senate on infrastructure
Published:10/03/2018 9:42:00 AM
The Trump administration will send five cabinet secretaries to a U.S. Senate hearing next week to tout its plan to spur $1.5 trillion infrastructure improvements using $200 billion in new federal funding.
Comedy-thriller 'Thoroughbreds' wows critics
Published:10/03/2018 9:21:57 AM
Comedy-thriller "Thoroughbreds" may star two relative newcomers and an unknown director but it arrives in U.S. movie theaters on Friday to the kind of reviews enjoyed by veterans.
Trump steel tariffs may leave these U.S. steelworkers jobless
Published:10/03/2018 8:30:57 AM
Mick Lang has been a steelworker for nearly 40 years and voted for businessman Donald Trump in the hopes he would bring about a renaissance for the long-suffering U.S. steel industry. Now he worries President Trump's tariffs on imports of the metal will cost him his job.
U.S. miners seek reversal of uranium mining ban near Grand Canyon
Published:10/03/2018 6:08:38 AM
The U.S. mining industry asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday to overturn an Obama-era rule that prohibits the mining of uranium on public lands adjacent to the Grand Canyon National Park.
Florida governor signs gun-safety bill into law after school shooting
Published:10/03/2018 6:02:44 AM
Florida Governor Rick Scott, a staunch ally of the National Rifle Association (NRA), signed into law on Friday a bill imposing a 21-year-old legal age requirement and three-day waiting period on all gun purchases and allowing the arming of some school employees.
Trump's military parade planned for Veterans Day - without tanks
Published:10/03/2018 5:55:53 AM
A military parade requested by President Donald Trump will take place in November on Veterans Day in Washington D.C., but to minimize damage to roads it will not include tanks, a Pentagon memo released on Friday said.
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