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U.S. stocks closed up but well below their session highs on Wednesday as investors pulled back in the last few minutes of trading despite optimism about U.S.-China trade relations.
Pope Francis has removed two cardinals from his inner circle of advisers. One, George Pell, faces trial for sex abuse; the other is accused of covering up abuse in Chile.
Nearly 90 drug factories are currently operating in Syria with further expansions expected, after the government provided support for the domestic production of pharmaceuticals in the war-torn country.
A manhunt is underway in France for Cherif Chekatt, who authorities say killed several people and wounded a dozen more at a Christmas market. He's a known religious extremist with 27 prior convictions across three countries, radicalized in prison.
Amazon.com opened a compact version of its cashier-less Amazon Go food stores in a move to add shops in places such as office lobbies and hospitals. As Fred Katayama reports, the stores target office workers.
Zara owner Inditex missed sales and profit forecasts on Wednesday, hit by adverse currency moves and an unusually warm September, leading investors to wipe more than $5 billion off the fashion retailer's market value at one stage. As Pascale Davies
Charges have been dropped against Brooklyn mother, Jazmine Headley, who was seen in a viral video desperately trying to protect her one-year-old son as NYPD officers wrestled him out of her arms.
It has been one year since two Reuters journalists were arrested in Myanmar for breaching a law on state secrets over their investigation into the killings of ten Rohingya men and boys in Rakhine state.
UK blue-chip shares were slightly higher on Wednesday on gains in British American Tobacco, Rolls Royce and companies with international earnings, as political chaos deepened following a leadership challenge to the Prime Minister. As David Pollard r
A top executive of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei is granted bail by a Canadian court, 10 days after her arrest in Vancouver at the request of U.S. authorities sparked a diplomatic dispute. Chinese officials say, her arrest, in itself, was a mistake from the start.
China-based music streaming company Tencent Music Entertainment said it raised close to $1.1 billion in its U.S. initial public offering after pricing its shares at the bottom of its targeted range.
Lawmakers in British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party on Wednesday (December 12) triggered a confidence vote in her leadership after Britain's planned divorce from the European Union was plunged into chaos.
Thursday could prove to be a historic moment for the ECB, which is expected to formally bring its 2.6 trillion euro stimulus scheme to an end. As David Pollard reports, markets are already looking ahead to how it can protect the bloc from the next d
Theresa May vows to fight on after MPs in her Conservative Party triggered a confidence vote as Britain's planned divorce from the European Union plunged into chaos.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says he was “aware of the human rights atrocities and suffering in Myanmar,” responding to criticism over his tweets about his meditation retreat in the country that did not mention the plight of Rohingya Muslims.
It's been one year since Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were arrested in Myanmar, in a landmark case that's sparked international outcry from human rights activists. Their wives say it's hard to accept their fates in prison.
The U.S. Senate will take up a bill to reform U.S. sentencing laws, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said on Tuesday. It reverses his previous resistance to the measure, giving the bill momentum for a vote this year. Andy Sullivan has the
A Canadian court on Tuesday granted bail to a top executive of Huawei Technologies while she awaits a hearing for extradition to the United States, a move that could help placate Chinese officials angered by her arrest. Jane Lanhee Lee reports.
A gunman on a security watchlist killed at least two people and wounded at least 11 others near the picturesque Christmas market in the historic French city of Strasbourg on Tuesday evening before fleeing. Gavino Garay has more.
Accused Russian agent Maria Butina has struck a deal to cooperate with prosecutors and will plead guilty to conspiracy charges at a hearing on Thursday, according to media reports. Vanessa Johnston has the story.