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India to buy 24 Romeo Seahawk helicopters from the U.S.

NEW DELHI, India - In a bid to boost its Naval defences, India has decided to buy 24 anti-submarine choppers ...

U.K. tax authority faces high volume of fraud complaints

LONDON, U.K. -  The U.K. tax authority has revealed that scammers notorious for carrying out large scale phishing attacks, have ...

Oracle's Thomas Kurian to replace Diane Greene at Google

CALIFORNIA, U.S. - After quitting his high-profile job at the world's second-largest software maker, Oracle's former Product Development president, Thomas ...

Future of iconic UK newspapers secured

EDINBURGH, Scotland, UK- A number of iconic newspapers in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland have been saved by a series of ...

String of scandals cost Zuckerberg $17 billion in losses

CALIFORNIA, U.S. - Hit by a string of scandals since the start of the year, shares of the world's largest ...

Could Northern Ireland and Scotland secede from UK?

Behind the scenes at Westminster and the teetering fate of the British government lies an even more profound change in ...

Canada falling behind in share of global exports

With the difficult renegotiation of the trade agreement with Canada’s largest trading partner now resolved , it’s time for Canada ...

U.S. stocks bounce back after Trump shelves new tariffs

NEW YORK, New York – U.S. industrial stocks gained ground on Friday with news that President Trump was considering not ...

Battery-driven and driverless vehicles to be developed by VW

WOLFSBURG, Germany - The Volkswagen Group has allocated almost €44 billion ($50 billion) for developments in electric cars, driverless cars, ...

Five-star hotels being probed by China's tourism regulator

BEIJING, China - The woes of one customer in China, have managed to provoke a nationwide investigation into five-star hotels, ...

Ofcom slaps fines on Virgin Media and EE for overcharging

LONDON, U.K. - After facing allegations of overcharging their customers, Virgin Media and EE have both been slapped with huge ...

Stocks in Asia remain listless throughout day

SYDNEY, Australia – Stocks were mixed in Asia on Friday, however moves in either direction were not remarkable. Trade tensions ...

U.S. stocks make solid gains

NEW YORK, New York – U.S. stocks bounded ahead on Thursday despite a weak opening. A report published by The ...

Japan's tech conglomerate pours in funds into WeWork

TOKYO, Japan - WeWork has announced that it has managed to secure additional funds from the Masayoshi Son-led Japanese technology ...

Facebook and Instagram using AI to spot drug dealers

CALIFORNIA, U.S. - In a bid to join in America's war against the addition crisis, the world's largest social networking ...

UK crisis over Brexit hits sterling

LONDON, UK - The British pound has tumbled on foreign exchange markets after a number of ministers resigned from Prime ...

Spotify launches in the Middle East and North Africa

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - In a bid to cater to millions of potential consumers in the region, the music ...

Asian markets get lift from talk of U.S. and China contacts

SYDNEY, Australia – Stocks in Asia bounced back on Thursday after a glimmer of hope on the U.S.-China trade situation, ...

Judge orders White House to restore CNN reporter's access

A federal judge on Friday ordered the White House to reinstate the press credentials of CNN reporter Jim Acosta, whose ...

Microsoft experiments with ads in Windows 10 Mail app

Washington [United States], November 17 (ANI): Your Mail app in Windows 10 may soon showcase targeted ads. Microsoft recently tested ...

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Canada falling behind in share of global exports

With the difficult renegotiation of the trade agreement with Canada’s largest trading partner now resolved , it’s time for Canada ...

Top U.S. Military Officer Says Taliban 'Not Losing' In Afghanistan

U.S. General Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said the Taliban 'are not losing' and there is ...

UK Leader Fights Back Against Critics Amid Brexit Upheaval

LONDON - British Prime Minister Theresa May fought back against critics of her Brexit deal Saturday, telling opponents from within ...

Saudis push to end Khashoggi crisis but threats linger

Saudi Arabia has sought to draw a line under one of its biggest crises triggered by critic Jamal Khashoggi's murder, ...

Accra waterfront development leaves artists fearful

Yussif Ayibesa stands in front of the ramshackle Centre for National Culture that backs on to the seafront in Ghana's ...

Late US Senator McCain Honored for Defending Russian Human Rights

LONDON - U.S. Sen. John McCain was posthumously given the 2018 Sergei Magnitsky Human Rights Award in a ceremony in ...

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Abbott Ireland announces expansion plans, new jobs

DONEGAL, Ireland - Announcing plans to expand its workforce in Donegal, the U.S. healthcare giant Abbott unveiled plans to create 500 new jobs in the country.Abbott Ireland currently hires c ...

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