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Germany, France sign documents on joint weapons developments

BERLIN (Reuters) - German and French officials on Thursday signed four documents that they said underscored their determination to work together to jointly develop new weapons systems, including a maritime airborne warfare aircraft and a new fighter jet.

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    8 New Books That Dish the Dirt on Show Business

    From Paul Simon to Andrew Lloyd Webber, these books are must-reads for entertainment fans

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      British Interior minister refuses to quit over immigrants' treatment

      LONDON (Reuters) - British interior minister Amber Rudd said she had no plans to resign after giving contradictory statements about meeting targets for deportations, deepening a scandal over Britain's treatment of Caribbean immigrants.

        Football

        Wembley Stadium cost: How much was it to build and will FA make a LOSS on sale to Fulham owner Shahid Khan?

        THE FA appear to have made a landmark decision to sell Wembley Stadium to Fulham and Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shahid Khan. The deal will spark rumours that an NFL team could take up root permanently in London sooner rather than later. But does this repr

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          Amber Rudd refuses to rule out Britain staying in a customs union after Brexit

          Jack Stringer/Getty Images Amber Rudd suggests her government could perform a U-turn and keep Britain in the customs union. The Home Secretary refused to confirm Theresa May's current policy of leaving the customs union. Rudd is already under pressure to

            Business

            Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg Has A Strategy That Will Work In Both Good Times And Bad Times

            Boeing's earnings beat this week is just the beginning of the story for a company that plans decades into the future.

              Finance

              Snap jumps after announcing its new and improved Spectacles (SNAP)

              Snap shares are rallying after the company released the details of its new and improved version of its Spectacles. The new version will incorporate things that customers had wanted, according to Snap Senior Vice President of Hardware Mark Randall. Watch S

                World

                Famed Parisian Bike Network Rolls Into a Ditch

                The French capital has fallen from grace as a bike-sharing paradise that inspired cities around the world to launch programs of their own as an effort to upgrade it falters spectacularly.

                  Business

                  Deal To Cut Emissions Sets Shipping On Path To Low-Carbon Future

                  For years, shipping has failed to keep pace with global efforts to cut harmful pollution. But now, for the first time, a global deal to reduce the sector's emissions has been reached. It's not strong enough, but it will put the sector on the path to a zer

                    Business

                    Britain Spins A Big, Bold InvestmentIn A.I.

                    The UK might be blundering towards Brexit but it wants to loudly tell the world that it’s still pushing ahead on one of the most important technological developments of our time.

                      Finance

                      These are the most powerful militaries in Asia

                      The arms trade is booming: The volume of international transfers of major weapons between 2013 and 2017 was 10% higher than between 2008 and 2012. Countries in Asia have been major players in that trade. The continent was home to three of the top 10 arms

                        Technology

                        Sonos Prepares for IPO as Soon as June

                        Sonos, the Santa Barbara, Calif.-based wireless-speaker company, is preparing for an initial public offering that could come as soon as June or July, and give the company a valuation of between $2.5 billion and $3 billion.

                          Scotland

                          Sturgeon: Rejecting Brexit deal 'in national interest'

                          Nicola Sturgeon defends the decision as opponents accuse her of putting her party ahead of the country.

                            Business

                            U.S. Durable-Goods Orders Rose 2.6% in March

                            Demand for long-lasting U.S. factory goods rose in March due to increased aircraft orders, but an underlying proxy for business investment fell.

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