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Markets Hope for Positive Signs From Trump Trade Speech
12.11.2019 16:15:00h
Signals that the White House and Beijing are nearing a trade deal that could go a long way toward dispelling the uncertainty dogging the global economy have helped US stocks to record highs in recent days
Trump Lashes Out at Some Young Immigrants Obama Let Stay in US
12.11.2019 16:07:00h
As Supreme Court hears arguments whether program allowing migrants brought to US illegally by their parents can stay, Trump says some are now 'hardened criminals'
Saudi Court Convicts 38 People on Terrorism-Related Charges
12.11.2019 16:05:00h
Al Ekhbariya television, which reported on the verdict, did not provide the nationalities or names of those convicted, or details about what sentences were issued
Japan, US Say 3-Way Ties with S. Korea Are Key to Security
12.11.2019 15:58:00h
The chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley, agrees with Japanese officials that an intelligence sharing pact between Tokyo and Seoul should not be scrapped
Denmark starts border checks at crossings to Sweden
12.11.2019 15:38:00h
Danish police have begun to carry out border checks at its crossings with Sweden after a series of shootings crimes and explosions around Copenhagen that Danes say were carried out by perpetrators from the next-door neighbor
Supreme Court Lets Sandy Hook Shooting Lawsuit Go Forward
12.11.2019 15:28:00h
The court's order allows a survivor and relatives of nine victims who died at the Newtown, Connecticut, school in 2012 to pursue their claims
Turkish Students, Lecturer on Trial for Pride March
12.11.2019 15:23:00h
Defendants face up to three years in prison if convicted of ‘unlawful assembly and protest’ and ‘refusing to disperse’ in a trial deemed ‘farcical’ by rights groups
2019 – A Deja Vu in Terms of Protests?
12.11.2019 15:01:00h
Observers say what we are seeing today has a lot in common with the spontaneous street alliances of disgruntled urban workers and left-behind rural folk back in 1848
UNHCR: Eastern DRC's Forcibly Displaced Victims of Human Rights Violations
12.11.2019 14:55:00h
Some 300,000 forcibly displaced are living in abject poverty, are unprotected, and subjected to extreme human rights violations on a daily basis: UN
Taiwan Seeks Return of 'Criminal Income' From Frigate Scandal
12.11.2019 14:37:00h
Taipei signed a $2.8 billion deal to buy six Lafayette-class frigates in 1991, a deal which strained French ties with China at the time and was later found tainted by up to $400 million in bribes
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