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Mass murderer helping to identify his 93 victims

Having established that a convicted murderer in a U.S. prison is the country's most prolific serial killer, U.S. law enforcement ...

'Our rights come from God almighty,' Trump tells faithful

WASHINGTON, DC - U.S. President Donald Trump has stepped up his defensive rhetoric as his presidency become more and more ...

Former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine says Trump orchestrated her removal

The former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch told House committees leading the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump that ...

US Will Impose 'Big Sanctions' Against Turkey for Onslaught on Kurds

U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday promised "big sanctions" against Turkey for its invasion into northern Syria against Kurdish fighters, ...

Russian president in Riyadh with relations at unprecedented high

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia - Russian President Vladimir Putin has arrived in Saudi Arabia on his first state visit to the ...

Son of former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden goes on the attack

WASHINGTON, DC - Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden's son on Sunday rejected claims of wrongdoing in relation to his ...

Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces get helping hand from Syria

DAMASCUS, Syria - The Syrian government is deploying troops to the north of the country to help the Kurdish-led Syrian ...

We're hiring: Culture + Society/Race Editor

Do you have a passion for communicating ideas and stories about Culture + Society and Race? Do you have a ...

Why Canada should embrace a coalition-style 'fellowship of parties'

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh broke a cardinal rule of Canadian politics recently when he dropped the "c" word - coalition. ...

Five hurdles blockchain faces to revolutionise banking

Blockchain is touted as the next step in the digital revolution, a technology that will change every industry from music ...

Andhra Pradesh: Cabinet approves purchase of new buses for APSRTC

Amaravati (Andhra Pradesh) [India], Oct 16 (ANI): The state Cabinet on Wednesday approved to purchase new buses for Andhra Pradesh ...

UK chose Brexit to build ties with Africa - official

The United Kingdom chose Brexit not because it does not like the Europeans, but because the UK believes the future ...

IMF predicts Zim economy will shrink 7.1% in 2019

In its first contraction since 2008, Zimbabwe's economy will fall by 7.1% in 2019, according to the latest forecast by ...

UAE captain among 3 cricketers charged with corruption

Paris - Captain Mohammed Naveed is one of three United Arab Emirates cricketers who have been charged with corruption, the ...

Inter's Sanchez undergoes ankle surgery

Milan - Chile forward Alexis Sanchez has undergone surgery in Barcelona after picking up an ankle injury on international duty, ...

Irvine rates Leclerc above Verstappen

Cape Town - Former Ferrari driver Eddie Irvine believes Charles Leclerc is "much, much better" than Red Bull's Max Verstappen ...

Jordan Spieth opens up on his epic golfing fall

Jeju - A few years ago it all came so easy to Jordan Spieth.Fresh-faced, articulate and ridiculously talented, in 2015 ...

SA prop gets French passport after cheeky request

Toulouse - South Africa-born prop Maks Van Dyk, who cheekily asked President Emmanuel Macron for French citizenship at the pre-match ...

For Lewis Hamilton, social media backlash is familiar feeling

Paris - Even though he deleted the pro-vegan post that started the trouble, Lewis Hamilton continued to be the centre ...

Twitter says world leaders 'not above' its rules

Twitter said world leaders are "not above" the rules of the online platform and could see their messages removed or ...

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British pound falls on Brexit deal skepticism, Asian stocks mixed

SYDNEY, Australia - Shares in Japan were trending higher again Wednesday, following on from a more than 400-points rise on ...

Government-owned Turkish bank hit by U.S. justice department charges

WASHINGTON, DC - The U.S. Justice has charged a state-owned Turkish bank with fraud, money laundering, and sanctions offenses related ...

Optimism on Brexit drive U.S., European markets higher

NEW YORK, New York - Optimism about a trade deal between the U.S. and China and increasing hopes Boris Johnson ...

San Francisco-based Patreon opens new European HQ in Dublin

DUBLIN, Ireland - Patreon, the crowdfunding membership and payment platform for independent artists is expanding its international footprint with the ...

Japanese shares in demad after 3-day break

SYDNEY, Australia - Japanese investors weighed into stocks on Tuesday, after an extended weekend break.Trading for the first since since ...

Skepticism on first phase of U.S.-China trade deal hits Wall St

NEW YORK, New York - U.S. stocks fell across the board on Monday, ending a run of 3 days of ...

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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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