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Australia central bank chief puts rate cut on the table, Australian dollar skids

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia’s central bank on Wednesday opened the door to a possible rate cut as it acknowledged growing economic risks in a remarkable shift from its long-standing tightening bias that sent the...

Hammer and pickle: Vietnam-style reform would mean big changes for North Korea

HANOI (Reuters) - Nestled in a leafy park between a rusting Soviet fighter jet and the old East German embassy, a lonely statue of Lenin stands in the center of Hanoi as a symbol...

Highlights: Trump’s big speech stresses border, healthcare, foreign policy

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday delivered an 82-minute State of the Union address to Congress focused heavily on U.S.-Mexico border security, but providing few details on new policy initiatives. Trump touched...

EU concerned by Iran missile work, regional security role

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union said on Monday it was gravely concerned by Iran’s ballistic missile launches and tests and called on Tehran to stop activity that deepened mistrust and destabilised the region. Iran...

Mexico to try new tactics in search for those missing in drug war

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican officials on Monday presented a new plan to search for the tens of thousands of people who have disappeared during the country’s drug war, creating a new forensic institute...

Abu Dhabi’s Mubadala to sell 34.9 million shares in U.S. chipmaker AMD

ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi’s Mubadala Investment Co said on Tuesday it will sell its stake of 34.9 million common equity shares and convert 75 million warrants in U.S chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices...

Kartellgericht verhängte 212.000 Euro Geldbuße gegen Rewe (mutter: Billa)

Der Handelskonzern Rewe wurde wegen „unrichtiger und/oder irreführender Angaben“ im Zuge des Zusammenschlussprüfverfahrens zu einer Geldstrafe von 212.000 Euro verurteilt. Wien, Wiener Neudorf – Das Kartellgericht hat dem Handelskonzern Rewe in Österreich eine Geldstrafe von...

Neil Ruddock ‘deliberately broke Andy Cole’s legs’

Former Liverpool defender Neil Ruddock has sparked a social media backlash over an interview in which he admitted deliberately breaking Andy Cole's legs. In the Talksport interview, Ruddock said he had targeted Cole because of...

Drunk Japanese pilot arrested at Heathrow Airport

A Japanese pilot who was arrested at Heathrow Airport for being drunk has admitted being more than nine times the legal alcohol limit. Katsutoshi Jitsukawa, 42, who works for Japan Airlines, was arrested on 28...

1MDB: Ex-Goldman bankers and Jho Low face US charges

Two former Goldman Sachs bankers and Malaysian financier Jho Low have been hit with US criminal charges in connection with one of the world's biggest financial scandals. The Department of Justice alleges the men participated in...

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