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Asian markets fell Thursday as investors in most countries wound down going into the long Easter break, withpositive comments on the China-US trade talks and healthy Chinese growth...

The construction work of the metro rail is progressing fast as the authorities have completed 38.53 percent work of the first phase of the project from Uttara...

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Asian markets fell Thursday as investors in most countries wound down going into the long Easter break, withpositive comments on the China-US trade talks and...

The construction work of the metro rail is progressing fast as the authorities have completed 38.53 percent work of the first phase of the project from Uttara...

A Guatemalan presidential candidate has been charged with conspiring to import cocaine to the United States in a bid to secure cartel funds for his election,...

After his meteoric rise in the race to be the Democratic nominee for president, Pete Buttigieg on Wednesday was confronted with — and brushed aside —...

In 2016, Senator Bernie Sanders mounted a surprising challenge to veteran Democrat Hillary Clinton in the party’s 2016 White House nomination race. Today,...

A no-deal Brexit would deal a severe blow to the economy of Britain’s Falkland Islands which is heavily dependent on squid exports — and to Galicia...

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov reiterated the need to eliminate the hotbed of terrorism in Idleb province. During a press conference with Serbian counterpart...

MegaFon (MOEX: MFON) subsidiary Megafon Finance has notified the owners of the last 0.8% ordinary shares in the telco that it will buy them out for 659.26 rubles each. MegaFon said in a statement that MegaFon Finance bought a 20.36% stake in the...

A humanitarian truck convoy of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) passed through the Novotroitske checkpoint into Donbas areas uncontrolled by Kyiv on Thursday morning, the Ukrainian State Border Service said in a statement on Thursday. “Sixteen...

Seven of the 20 Filipinos in conflict-torn Tripoli, who availed of the repatriation offer of the government, are now en route to the Philippines, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said Thursday. “The first batch of seven Filipinos —...